Despite over one million accidents at work a year, fewer than one in ten go on to seek any justice for their accident, new data from First4Lawyers shows.
Share schemes have been found to promote employee loyalty, with half (50%) of workers reporting that their attitude towards their employer would improve if they were enrolled in one.
FJG have created the following infographic to help employers understand and prevent workplace discrimination.
Almost all UK professionals (92%) believe that older workers make a valuable contribution to their organisation and yet people as young as 45 are struggling to find new employment because of their age, new research from CV-Library this week shows.
The first 30 students of the UK Cyber Academy – SANS’ unique eight-week, residential cyber security training programme – will be attending an employer recruitment fair on October 15th to allow prospective employers to meet the Academy students ahead of final graduation at the end of October.
Building an attractive brand as an employer is perhaps the greatest tool for attracting the best talent to an organisation. Here’s how to do it with content marketing.
With this skills shortage weakening the industry, finding the best talent is made even more challenging for recruiters who lack technical expertise themselves.
Highly engaged staff are more likely to be late for work, do personal tasks during working hours such as online shopping and checking social media accounts, and work from home, according to a report launched this week. What’s killing UK productivity reveals that highly engaged staff have regular short breaks during working hours, however when they do…
As HR’s focus has been shifting to highlight the needs and expectations of individuals, personal identity is becoming increasingly important but are the ways we choose to express it acceptable in a professional environment?
Research conducted by the Pensions Policy institute and sponsored by Age UK found that just under a quarter of all employees are not eligible for auto-enrolment, yet the number of women who do not meet the criteria is double the 16 percent of men.
The government have warned UK businesses about the growing risk of cyber-attacks this week, after research found that 90 percent of large businesses have had security breaches in the last 12 months.
Confidence in the economic climate is improving and businesses are changing their hiring strategies to make the most of it, according to three in four (74%) employers responding to the latest JobsOutlook survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).
Under the strapline ‘Jobs transform lives’, the professional body for recruitment in the UK will take a proactive approach to explaining the positive impact that recruiters have on businesses, individuals and the labour market as a whole.
UK employees are leaving their jobs because they are denied information about their organisation in the workplace, according to new research released today by KPI dashboard specialist, Geckoboard.
Staff turnover could be set to increase as half of UK workers (47%) say they would like to change their job, according to new research from the London School of Business and Finance.