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Which part of their job makes Brits happiest?
Employees who are finding it increasingly difficult to disconnect from the demands of work in the post-festive season suffer mental health issues.
Why don’t people want to leave jobs right now?
Research shows something of a disconnect between employers’ expectations and candidates’ beliefs in their own skills.
80 per cent of the UK workers that do not get paid overtime admitted “it is just part of my job”,
Frrelancing is on the up as a permanent state of career. We look at the reasons why, and identify the most profitable and desirable freelance professions.
New survey conducted by CV Library reveals the importance of keeping your workers happy.
The pace of change is faster and more noticeable than ever and organizations are scrambling to adapt and evolve.
Over half of UK workers wish they could change career, rising to 72 percent for those aged between 25 and 34, according to research by long term investment savings specialist Standard Life.
UK employees are amongst the least loyal in Europe, according to new research by ADP. The pan-European study of 11,000 working adults reveals how employees feel about the future of work. Nearly half of UK workers (47%) are planning to change jobs in less than three years, compared to a third (34%) of European employees.
Only one in five (20%) workers say they believe that the majority of UK businesses act responsibly, according to new research by IT services company Rioch.
The harsh economic climate, austerity-related job cuts and job loss fears amongst those still in work is having a real impact on the health and well-being of workers, according to a TUC safety survey. The top safety concerns cited this year by union safety reps in the TUC’s tenth biennial survey this year were stress,…