42 per cent feel that revealing their mental health issues would “destroy” their career.
A ‘perception gap’ exists in the UK with the amount of skills staff possess and the amount needed to learn
The UK is being left behind as other countries race to upskill their workers.
“Talent planning isn’t something that should be guessed.”
Their transferable skills are long periods of intense focus, deploying the very latest technologies.
University graduate schemes at risk as students feel education does not provide them with the skills they need
68 per cent believe that industry recognised certifications should be part of their degree.
What is the percentage of HR who feel analytics could be used more efficiently?
How important is talent management to your business?
A huge majority of employees are considering changing their careers as their current role does not offer them the opportunity to learn the new skills they desire.
How involved are employees in L&D sessions and how motivated are they to enhance their own skill set?
Nearly 6 in 10 UK adults failed to demonstrate all the core employability skills needed for the future world of work: proactivity, adaptability, leadership, creativity, resilience, communication and problem solving.
Survey of nearly 2,000 workers finds over-50s not being trained in skills needed for the digital economy
To boost growth, productivity and earnings, the UK should encourage lifelong learning among adults and promote better skills utilisation, according to a new OECD report.
Adapt or die, isn’t that the old adage? While it may sound dramatic, it’s the new reality HR practitioners face in an uncertain business climate.
Effective client relationships fundamentally determine the success or failure of any professional services firm or business-to-business company. All this creates a new challenge for HR: how can you help the client relationship managers in your organisation to succeed?
Research conducted by global recruitment company PageGroup, has found that an increasing number of temporary professionals are better-skilled, have years of experience and are better educated with 75 percent boasting at least a bachelor’s degree. It’s revealed that they are expected to work more autonomously, take more responsibility and be more flexible.