The average full-time worker in the UK clocks 37 hours per week, but just how well do we know the person sat across from us, or those who say “good morning” while making a brew? New research has looked into Britons attitudes towards their co-workers to reveal just how willing the nation is to create…
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New research finds that employer investment in diversity programmes fall far short off the mark.
And more than half don’t think their co-worker is either.
Majority of UK workers claim benefit provision is important in their decision to work for a company.
New research has found many people in the UK haven’t even started thinking about saving for when they stop working.
Research shows something of a disconnect between employers’ expectations and candidates’ beliefs in their own skills.
New survey indicates a shift in the areas that employees prioritise when it comes to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
80 per cent of the UK workers that do not get paid overtime admitted “it is just part of my job”,
Which countries have expats voted for?
New research shows that job security is what nearly half of all workers are looking for in an era of rising workplace stress and anxiety.
The author presents a demystification of the Gender Pay Gap in the UK focusing on the cultural bias inherent in the Financial Services.
Many young adults who are focusing on carving out their career paths taking home the stresses of work.
New research finds that there has been a major shift towards a learning culture in the workplace.
Are good intentions enough to excuse GDPR breaches?
New research finds out how much Britons spend over Christmas – and the stats point to a festive eyesore!