How many UK employees want to see more communication between HR and IT?
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The majority of UK employees enjoy their job.
What is the biggest barriers Generation Z is facing to achieving their dream job?
Is there a way in which the process of raising a concern at work can be made easier as employees hold various reasons as to why they should not go to their manager with a problem.
The UK currently has an estimated 2.4 million untrained ‘accidental managers’, and with poor management costing employers around £84 billion a year according to the OECD, it is time for fundamental change.
A new global survey of 3,400 members of Generation Z reveals them as the self-proclaimed hardest-working, anxiously optimistic workforce of the future. Read more in our story.
While having groupings such as “Millennials” and “Baby Boomers” can be useful in the workplace, businesses are at risk of relying on them too heavily and thus alienating swathes of workers based on assumptions, argues Brett Hill.
Fresh data from CV-Library shows that the UK’s professionals appear to be following in the footsteps of Theresa May and are considering making their next career move…
A new nationwide survey has revealed that the majority of British workers would back pay transparency measures to tackle income inequality, as calls mount for Scandinavian-style income disclosures in Britain.
Why aren’t the majority of firms analysing their HR data, at a time when it’s more necessary than ever? Dirk Buyens investigates the reasons and provides fruitful advise on how organisations can begin to implement HR analytics.
Following Mental Health Awareness Week, Vanessa Sallows, Claims & Governance Director, Group Protection at Legal & General, talks to HRreview about the ethical and strategic importance of mental health awareness in the workplace, her work on raising awareness, the misconceptions around Group Income Protection (GIP), and much more that HR should know.
A recent UK study revealing the sectors whose workers are most likely to need to take time off work for their mental wellbeing finds HR amongst the top six.
New research finds that over half UK employees say they are more productive working at home. They highlight vast benefits for employees, including reducing their carbon footprint.
Find out why stressed UK employees think introducing a 4-day work week would be the best way to tackle their stress, and under what conditions this would have a positive impact on wellbeing.
Only just recently the TUC called for an overhaul of shared parental leave legislation in response to only 9,200 new parents taking shared parental leave in 2018, just one percent of those eligible to do so. Peninsula Associate Director of Advisory Kate Palmer discusses why is nobody taking up shared parental leave.