This unique piece of research takes into account the attitudes and opinions of 2,000 small business owners and entrepreneurs from a range of sectors in the UK’s 10 largest cities.
More than half of UK’s workforce feel confident that their personal data is stored responsibly and securely, however not all is hunky dory since the introduction of GDPR on 25th May 2018.
Almost half of workers who experience periods (48 per cent) say there is a noticeable stigma around the issue of menstruation at the company they work for. What must be done?
New research finds that UK workers work more than twice as many unpaid overtime hours as workers in other European countries. Read the story here.
In this webinar we’ll be sharing the results and insights from My Family Care’s New Parent Transition Benchmark. It’s been designed to shed light on changes to benefits and policy in this area, high-lighting innovative practice and the impact that organisations have seen as a result.
In order for businesses to get the best out of Millennials in the workplace, they need to understand the unique set of circumstances they have grown up in which has shaped their attitude today.
A new report reveals talent and innovation play a key role in attracting real estate investors to cities. Find out what makes London the most desirable city, and how other UK cities fare.
New research finds that tech companies may be turning away qualified women before they even have the opportunity to get started. But how is bias manifested?
A growing number of candidates are regretting their career decisions. Find out what Gen Z employees really want from their job and how to manage them.
It’s no longer enough to measure just financial success, with employees from across the generations calling on businesses to be a force for good and drive positive change in the world.
The research reveals that workplace well-being progressively increases with age and also highlights workplace relationships as one of the most important elements of well-being. Read the story here.
New research finds that millennials are the most affected by phone anxiety and will (statistically speaking) go out of their way to avoid answering the telephone.
Improved salaries, benefits and flexible working are being offered to attract the best home-grown talent. But, in using such approach, are businesses risking talent shortages which would make the UK less competitive in the long term?
The OECD revealed that it would take 150 years for a child from a poor UK family to earn the national average wage. It is time for all businesses to address this issue as a matter of strategic priority.
Everyone wants to grow their careers, but according to a new survey, working for a growing company is seen as a critical aspiration and motivator for most British workers.