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New research finds why SME workers are highly likely to quit their job over work stress.
New data analysis shows that SME employment growth much exceeds that of big business.
New research finds that small to mid-size businesses (SMB) face the challenge of keeping their business secure whilst adhering to the needs and expectations of the modern workforce.
64% of managers believe their employees feel valued. In fact, just 46% of employees say they are.
The job market is more competitive than ever throughout the UK and new research has revealed that SMEs are struggling to find enthusiastic young candidates for roles, with many not even having any previous work experience.
Just 14 per cent of UK SMEs claim productivity is not an issue, new research reveals.
47 per cent of millennials think SMEs are the ideal business size to work for, more than double the 19 per cent who believe larger companies are the ideal size.
GRiD, the industry body for group risk, is highlighting that SMEs, advisers and insurers should not ‘assume knowledge’ on each other’s behalf, and that a truly open conversation will be significantly advantageous for both employers and their staff.
SMEs are optimistic about the future but acutely conscious of the mounting cost pressures that stand in the way of sustainable growth
New research* from AXA PPP healthcare reveals that it costs SMEs nearly £30,000, on average, to replace an employee, with employers looking to focus on employee wellbeing in 2017 to help lower the likelihood of having to recruit new people to replace those who’ve left their business.
Time-poor small businesses struggling with burden of HR administration are leaving themselves at risk, report finds