A new initiative by ACCA has highlighted 10 key drivers that are set to force change upon business processes, people and services.
Delivering communications that encourage people to save more into their pensions is a perpetual challenge for UK employers.
A new study has found that over seven in ten UK employees want their employers to do more to motivate them.
Fresh research from the world’s leading employee experience thinktank, Leesman, reveals a series of mission critical drivers organisations need to deliver if they are to foster outstanding workplace experience.
Flexible working will save businesses money, reduce costs and boost productivity, causing a ripple effect across the UK
Traditional employee benefits like flexi-time and sabbaticals are declining in popularity, giving way to a growing demand for social and learning-based perks.
Everyone wants to be compensated well for the work they do, but is money alone the most effective motivator?
Business owners and managers are being advised on how to recognise and tackle low employee morale before it hinders their company’s goals.
Only a third of HR leaders believe their organisations have the culture necessary to drive performance
Culture has become a key differentiator in how organizations perform
Firms believe they have a duty to offer benefits, but more than 300,000 SME staff don’t receive any benefits beyond pensions
Nine out of ten UK employees (92%) have gone into work despite being sick this year and the top reason for presenteeism is the fear of not getting paid, according to new research.
The TUC have published a new report on how workers can get a fair share from the tech revolution that is set to make the UK richer and to change the world of work.
The UK’s unemployment rate of 4.0% has not been lower since the 1970s and the employment rate remains at a near record high 75.5%.
51% of employees say they would be more productive if they knew how their work tied into overall company objectives
Zero hours security guard was agency worker and entitled to same basic terms as hirer’s permanent employees
The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Brooknight Guarding Limited v Matei has held that a security guard on a zero hours contract was an agency worker under the Agency Worker Regulations 2010, and was not a permanent employee.