Nearly two-thirds (60%) of talent managers across Europe claim that the high turnover of young people leaving their jobs and the inability to find people with the right experience and skills to replace them is their biggest barrier to solving the skills shortage, according to the 2023 Global State o...
Over half (56 per cent) of employees working in charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations have left the sector in search of higher paid jobs in other industries, new research from Endsleigh reveals.
As seasonal recruitment ramps up, new research reveals the top benefits that motivate shift workers across sectors such as hospitality, retail and logistics to change jobs.
HR and productivity: how getting your HR department right can improve your business.
Research shows poor wellbeing is costing UK firms a staggering £56bn a year. Psychological safety, referring to the feeling and belief that you can share your thoughts, opinions and ideas within a company, is critical to the success of an organisation. This has been evidenced in research from Google...
The research released by Hays, which received over 11,800 responses, found that close to a third (31%) believe the four-day week could have a beneficial impact on the environment. Other perceived benefits of this way of working include improved employee health and wellbeing (89%) and improved organi...
Nearly three in five (58%) workers would not work for a company that does not share the same values as them – and not even a pay rise would change the minds of 53%, research by LinkedIn has found.
The academic term is over and students who have just graduated, are looking for their first professional role. For hiring leaders, who are battling an extreme shortage of talent, this is an exciting demographic that should be considered to help close this gap.
Most people associate disability with someone in a wheelchair, with a guide dog or using a hearing aid, but many disabilities are invisible.
Stress Awareness Month, held every April, is globally recognised as a time for healthcare professionals, charities and employers of all sizes to help increase public awareness about both the causes and treatments of stress symptoms – be it anxiety, depression, or low moods.