81 per cent of employees would fine a colleague £25 for being rude.
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UK lags behind in enthusiasm towards AI.
32 per cent of workers are not satisfied with their flexible working options.
Criticism of the system is that it puts too much attention on skilled workers.
This week is forecast to see staff leave increase backed by NHS 2018 data.
November 2019 had the slowest demand for staff in the past decade.
The army were the first to use psychometrics principles for recruitment purposes.
Do you know of a company that offers hangover days?
“Organisations must start caring about employees as a whole.”
HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Removing access to work email over Christmas could help reduce workforce stress
Iceland, New Zealand and Scotland are all promoting a “wellbeing” agenda.
The past decade have seen companies place more attention on financial wellbeing.
Less than 1 per cent of candidates include an emotional intelligence trait on CV.
When a workplace incident occurs, read about the immediate steps to take.