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  • One third of UK professionals suffer from depression or anxiety
    24 Jan 18
    Over a third (35.2 percent) of the nation’s workers are suffering from mental health issues e.g anxiety, with four in 10 (42.9 percent) admitting that their job is a key contributor to these feelings. That’s according to the latest research…
  • What now for UK’s gender pay gap?
    24 Jan 18
    With firms in the UK with 250 or more employees required to publish data on The UK’s gender pay gap by April of this year, we look at the possible legal implications of the gender pay gap for UK employers. Contributor Adam Pennington…
  • Has inflation peaked?
    24 Jan 18
    A sigh of relief from Mark Carney and colleagues as December’s inflation figure showed a slight drop to 3.0 percent. Contributor Ben Brettell, Senior Economist – Hargreaves Lansdown. Inflation’s been a hot topic since the Brexit vote…
  • Ofsted cannot cope with apprentice trainer workload
    23 Jan 18
    The education regulator has admitted struggling to deal with the number of companies offering training following the introduction of the… The post Ofsted cannot cope with apprentice trainer workload appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • More protection needed against sexual harassment by third parties
    23 Jan 18
    The law should be strengthened to protect women from sexual harassment by third parties, as well as colleagues, a gender… The post More protection needed against sexual harassment by third parties appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Inflation down, but we’re not out of the woods
    23 Jan 18
    Inflation edging down in December is welcome given the pressures on households and anaemic wage growth. But it is only a small fall and we’re not out of the woods yet. Contributor Jacob Deppe, Head of Trading – Infinox . What remains…
  • Ever-increasing length of compliance checks causing uncertainty
    23 Jan 18
    One of the UK’s leading tax experts today weighed into the debate emerging from news that HMRC investigations into large companies have increased in length over the last financial year. Prolonged HMRC investigations can have a negative…
  • Hiring managers say your attitude is just as important as your work — and it can sabotage your career
    22 Jan 18
    More than half of hiring managers say a bad attitude would make them regret hiring an employee. Negativity spreads throughout the office and can be as bad for a work environment as poor work skills. Being a positive employee can help get you…
  • CBI wants “jobs first” Brexit deal within 70 days
    22 Jan 18
    The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called for a “jobs first” Brexit deal to help prevent companies moving employment… The post CBI wants “jobs first” Brexit deal within 70 days appeared first on Personnel Today ….
  • Diversity linked to better financial performance, report finds
    22 Jan 18
    Companies that have high levels of ethnic and gender diversity across their workforce and at board level are more likely… The post Diversity linked to better financial performance, report finds appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Theresa May to tackle excessive bonuses that harm pension schemes
    22 Jan 18
    Prime minister Theresa May has vowed to fine company bosses who award themselves excessive bonuses while failing to protect workers’… The post Theresa May to tackle excessive bonuses that harm pension schemes appeared first on Personnel …
  • London SMEs struggle with productivity
    22 Jan 18
    London is one of the top three areas in the country with productivity issues in its small to medium sized businesses (SMEs), according to new research* from Opus Energy . Contributor Nikki Flanders, Chief Operations Officer – Opus Energy…
  • How does TUPE apply across international borders?
    22 Jan 18
    When a business or service is transferred outside the UK, affected employees often take redundancy. But what happens if an… The post How does TUPE apply across international borders? appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • What should we read into the Latest Consumer Price inflation figures?
    22 Jan 18
    There is little doubt that a fall in inflation is welcome given the pressures on households and anaemic wage growth. But it is only a small fall and we’re not out of the woods yet. Contributor Jacob Deppe, Head of Trading – Infinox ….
  • London still most expensive location for rental accommodation in Europe
    22 Jan 18
    Rent for professionals in London is £3,693pm more expensive than the average in Europe . London rent (£5,398pm) is almost four times more expensive than the average rental locations in other major UK cities (£1,427pm). Contributor Alec Smith…
  • The emerging role of digital in employee health & wellbeing strategies
    21 Jan 18
    PROMOTED| Digital tools are transforming the private healthcare market. Healthcare providers who have embraced this technology shift are moving towards a customer-centred model of care. The post The emerging role of digital in employee…
  • So why do girls give up on science?
    21 Jan 18
    A new study of 100,000 sixth formers, conducted by Unifrog, has found that girls are taking more A levels in science, technology and mathematics but are still avoiding the subject at university. Contributor Regina Moran, VP, Head of Industry…
  • 2017 International Tourism – the highest in seven years
    20 Jan 18
    International tourist arrivals grew by a remarkable 7 percent in 2017 to reach a total of 1,322 million, according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. This strong momentum is expected to continue in 2018 at a rate of 4 percent-5 percent…
  • Corbyn vows to end public sector outsourcing
    19 Jan 18
    Jeremy Corbyn yesterday vowed to end public sector outsourcing in the wake of the collapse of support services giant Carillion…. The post Corbyn vows to end public sector outsourcing appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Parents reveal struggle to balance work and home life
    19 Jan 18
    Almost one in five (18%) working parents have deliberately slowed down their career progression as they have struggled to balance… The post Parents reveal struggle to balance work and home life appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Toolkit aims to help employers tackle sleep deprivation
    19 Jan 18
    Business in the Community and Public Health England have launched a toolkit to help employers reduce the risk of sleep… The post Toolkit aims to help employers tackle sleep deprivation appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Why we need leaders on the front line
    19 Jan 18
    Employers spend thousands on leadership development but rarely see the return on investment or a corresponding increase in engagement. Peter… The post Why we need leaders on the front line appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Brexit vote hit graduate recruitment levels last year
    18 Jan 18
    Widespread uncertainty about the impact of Brexit stalled some of the UK’s top employers’ graduate recruitment plans in 2017, research… The post Brexit vote hit graduate recruitment levels last year appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Gender pay gap peaks for women aged 50-59
    18 Jan 18
    The gender pay gap widens as women get older because men “accumulate more experience than women” in their careers, according… The post Gender pay gap peaks for women aged 50-59 appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • How health insurance can help employers compete in the race for talent
    18 Jan 18
    Employees’ expectations of how their employer will support their physical and mental health are growing. Sheldon Kenton from Bupa considers… The post How health insurance can help employers compete in the race for talent appeared first on…
  • Thousands could be using fake degrees to apply for jobs
    17 Jan 18
    Thousands of workers and jobseekers could potentially be misleading employers about their qualifications after buying fake degree certificates online. An… The post Thousands could be using fake degrees to apply for jobs appeared first on…
  • What it's like to walk away from a job at Google to pursue a career in stand-up comedy
    10 Jan 18
    Comedian Sarah Cooper quit her job at Google three years ago to pursue a career in stand-up comedy. Cooper chatted with Recode’s Kara Swisher and former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo about the difficulty of giving up her job at Google, her observations…
  • Jeff Bezos, Julia Child, and 17 more highly successful people who changed careers after age 30
    9 Jan 18
    Questions about whether you’re on the “right” career path can strike fear into even the most confident person’s heart. But as some of the most successful people prove, you don’t have to have it all figured out from the start. Plenty of highly…
  • 4 companies that give staff paid time off when they get a puppy
    3 Jan 18
    Anyone who has experienced getting a puppy knows it can be hard work. Owners often refer to their pets as “fur babies,” which makes a lot of sense considering how much attention puppies require when you first get them. Puppies need time to…
  • The 10 most cringe-worthy lies and mistakes hiring managers have caught on a résumé
    2 Jan 18
    Almost every hiring manager has found a lie on a rsum and discarded the application. Rsum mistakes like adding pictures with pets or lying about past experience are embarrassing for the applicant. Here are some of the most outrageous mistakes…



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