Employment rates between men and women are getting closer.
How many employees are likely to be affected by changes to SSP?
How many UK employees want to see more communication between HR and IT?
How many UK employees cite company culture as a reason for staying in a job?
The majority of UK employees enjoy their job.
Just how much less money went in to recruitment this year?
Why are these large UK private companies failing to pay its employees on time or with the correct amount?
Chinese workers earn more than Brits hourly, however what happens when the Asian workers are not born in the UK?
Despite fears that the global economy is about to hit the buffers, the UK economy has steamed ahead of predictions over the last economic quarter. The economy grew by 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2015, higher than the previous estimate of 0.5 percent.
With workers spending most of their time in the office, it won’t come as much of a surprise that employees are turning to their colleagues for spouse-like support.
The NIESR have predicted that unemployment will stabilise at about 5¼ percent and said that the CPI inflation rate remains close to zero for most of the year. Future productivity growth remains the largest single uncertainty facing the UK economy.
The UK has risen to 14th place out of 27 OECD countries for increasing female labour participation, according to PwC’s annual Women in Work Index.
Charlie Mayfield, John Lewis chair, delivered a report on UK skills to parliament members on 3 March.
European employees are the most pessimistic in the world about the career opportunities open to them. However, a two-track European labour market is emerging with Britons improving dramatically in confidence whilst the French, Italians and Spaniards remain negative. The findings of recent research by member-based advisory company CEB, who surveys people on how they perceive…
British companies are planning to increase salaries by an average of 3% in 2013 for the second year running according to Towers Watson’s Salary Budget Planning Report for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). However with inflation expected to run at 3.2% this year – nearly half a percentage point higher than in 2012…