41 per cent of BAME employees feel less likely to progress professionally.
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27% of British people feel especially aware of their accents while on the phone at work.
Do your working relationships always run smooth? Or do you find yourself embroiled in arguments, office politics or unproductive dynamics?
Office politics is the one thing young people are least prepared for when starting their first job, according to a new study by the Co-op. The study, which coincides with young people finishing their GCSE’s and A Levels, comes as many them are about to enter the workforce for the first time.
A third (33 percent) of UK workers cite office politics when asked to consider why unhappiness in the workplace arises.
Anna Shields: Surely HR is tough enough already? How to transfer conflict management responsibility back to managers
The life of a HR director has never been harder. The abundance of employment legislation and tendency to cut to formal process straight away has placed even greater strain on HR departments. The need for HR to be seen to deliver value to the organisation, not just transactional processes, has made HR a tough place to be. Dealing with conflict within the organisation adds to the burden.