Is the worst behind us?
Flexi-hours is more of a benefit to women than men.
47 per cent saying they lack the confidence to ask for a pay rise.
“The best leaders aren’t always those with the most experience.”
Only 24 per cent of employees trust their managers.
How many employers said they have little surplus capacity in their workforce.
Could complementary leadership put an end to leader’s struggles in the workplace?
And more than half don’t think their co-worker is either.
1/3 graduates believe confidence is the top skill they need to excel in their career, yet a lack of confidence is holding back more women (41%) than men (28%)
Against the backdrop of record employment and ongoing Brexit negotiations, employers in London are bearish about hiring, according to new research.
The confidence of British business is growing and the new found fortitude is being reflected in more gutsy hiring decisions.
British employees are suffering from a wide range of confidence issues in the workplace, according to new research commissioned by Feel Good Contact Lenses and conducted by Red Dot Research in July 2015. A sample of more than 1000 consumers were surveyed. Unsurprisingly, presenting to large groups of people in the office (52%) or public speaking…
Women are less confident about receiving a pay rise than men. They also feel less certain about finding a new job if their company were to go bust.
Most employers feel confident about the prospect of another coalition government having little impact on their hiring and investment decisions.
Employees are more confident about finding a new job within the next six months. The highest confidence sits with 25-34 year olds and is lower among those aged 55 and above.