Tag: Employee surveys

Flexible working tops list for over-50s

A recent poll commissioned by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy reveals that 78per cent of respondents over the age of 50 would rather work flexible hours.

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UK’s best employers revealed

The UK’s best employers for 2016 have been revealed in a wide-ranging survey completed by Statista and commissioned by Bloomberg’s content and research division.

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Perks can boost staff relations, expert claims

An expert has urged bosses worried about the prospect of imposing salary freezes to consider offering workers non-financial benefits, claiming that doing so can help to maintain workforce morale.Institute for Employment Studies...

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HRreview Insight Survey winners announced

HRreview received a great response from our recent Public Sector Survey. Nearly 250 readers completed the survey and the following 5 lucky entrants have won a free place to a Symposium Events 2010 conference of their choice. The...

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Workers skills seldom used

10% of employees have taken up new jobs that do not allow them to work to their full potential, and of employees feel that there skills are not fully utilised in the current position of employment. On the contrary, the report...

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HRreview Public Sector survey winners announced

HRreview received a great response from our recent Public Sector Survey. Over 200 readers completed the survey and the following 5 lucky entrants have won a free place to Symposium Event’s HR in the Public Sector...

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HRreview launches Insight Survey

Human resources has had much to tackle over the last year; cost cutting, public sector cuts, corporate sector recovery, new recruitment processes, tackling new immigration caps, the coalition government’s initiatives,...

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Youth unemployment ‘chronic in the UK’

The problem of youth unemployment in the UK is reaching chronic levels, it has been stated.Tom MacInnes, research director at the New Policy Institute, said the severity of the economic downturn on younger people across the...

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British bosses: the most generous in Europe

According to brewer SABMiller’s European Beer Drinkers Survey, British bosses are the most generous in Europe when it comes to socialising with staff after work. While French managers say ‘non’ to staff drinks,...

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