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  • Employment tribunal cases jump 39% after fees abolished
    20 Jul 18
    Acas has seen a 39% jump in the number of cases that have gone to an employment tribunal since fees… The post Employment tribunal cases jump 39% after fees abolished appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Development opportunities need manager buy-in to succeed
    20 Jul 18
    HR practices that aim to develop employees’ skills for current or future roles will only be successful with the support… The post Development opportunities need manager buy-in to succeed appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Delivering impact and results for Learning & Development
    20 Jul 18
    Enabling LD professionals to explore, understand and act upon the latest progress in the sphere of LD, the World of Learning Conference Exhibition takes place at Birmingham’s NEC on 16 17 October. Combining a world-class conference with …
  • The 34 most dangerous jobs in America
    19 Jul 18
    Some of the most dangerous jobs have a much higher risk of fatal or non-fatal injuries than others. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found the 34 jobs that had the highest rates of fatal injuries in 2016. Some jobs have a…
  • Former Mulberry employee loses belief discrimination case
    19 Jul 18
    A former Mulberry employee who refused to sign a copyright agreement because she held a “philosophical belief” that she should… The post Former Mulberry employee loses belief discrimination case appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Business Insider is hiring an associate editor
    19 Jul 18
    Business Insider is hiring an associate editor to work with ourteam of freelance writers. As an associate editor, you will edit freelance posts for spelling and grammar, structure, flow, style and factual accuracy. You will work on posts about…
  • Businesses missing out on potential of ex-military personnel
    19 Jul 18
    Employers are missing out on talented and highly-qualified staff due to a lack of understanding of how the skills of… The post Businesses missing out on potential of ex-military personnel appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Military in Scotland to receive back pay following tax hike
    19 Jul 18
    Around 8,000 military personnel in Scotland are to receive back pay to compensate for changes that saw them pay more… The post Military in Scotland to receive back pay following tax hike appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Leading the way: Why AI will help humans find their calling
    19 Jul 18
    With predictions suggesting that AI could end up creating more jobs than it replaces in 20 years’ time, how will… The post Leading the way: Why AI will help humans find their calling appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Londoners commute on average of 74 minutes every day
    19 Jul 18
    Commuting in the UK has always been an issue, with an average commute nearly an hour long at 54 minutes. But, according to Instant Offices , it’s Londoners who bear the brunt of this with the longest commute in the country at 74 minutes – …
  • Business Insider is hiring a paid retail reporting intern
    18 Jul 18
    Business Insider is looking for a retail reporting intern to join our editorial team. The retail reporting intern will gain exposure to a variety of topics covered by Business Insider’s retail team, including fast food, e-commerce, big-box…
  • Experts say too many people suffer from a 'delusional belief' about their careers that doesn't do them any favors
    18 Jul 18
    Writing in the Harvard Business Review, the psychology researcher Tania Luna and the Weight Watchers International executive Jordan Cohen said that a belief in the “career myth” the idea that careers follow a linear path is holding us back…
  • Executive pay ratio reporting: Six issues for employers to consider now
    18 Jul 18
    New legislation will require UK quoted companies with more than 250 employees to publish the pay ratio between their CEO… The post Executive pay ratio reporting: Six issues for employers to consider now appeared first on Personnel Today …
  • Gender diversity in FTSE 350 boardrooms is stalling
    18 Jul 18
    The number of women in executive positions at FTSE 350 companies has flatlined, suggesting that organisations face a significant challenge… The post Gender diversity in FTSE 350 boardrooms is stalling appeared first on Personnel Today . …
  • Poor knowledge sharing costing employers millions
    18 Jul 18
    The average large organisation loses $47m (£36m) a year in lost productivity due to poor knowledge sharing and insufficient onboarding… The post Poor knowledge sharing costing employers millions appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Ministry of Sound launches ultra-cool London workspace
    18 Jul 18
    A new workspace in south London is aiming to raise the bar for office space that’s attractive to small creative… The post Ministry of Sound launches ultra-cool London workspace appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Duvet days on of the biggest workplace the trends
    18 Jul 18
    A recent study into ‘duvet days’ across the UK suggests that employees are feeling increasingly stressed, with 61 percent admitting that they have taken a ‘duvet day’ from work in order to recuperate. Contributor Jonathan Warren, Director …
  • How paid internships can help boost productivity and cut recruitment costs
    17 Jul 18
    Hiring an intern can bag you a motivated member of staff with fresh ideas and… The post How paid internships can help boost productivity and cut recruitment costs appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Nine in 10 patients with heart disease live with multiple health conditions
    17 Jul 18
    Ninety per cent of people with coronary heart disease have at least one other long-term health condition, such as stroke… The post Nine in 10 patients with heart disease live with multiple health conditions appeared first on Personnel Today…
  • AI set to create more jobs than it replaces by 2037
    17 Jul 18
    Artificial intelligence (AI) will create as many jobs as it displaces over the next 20 years, but there will be… The post AI set to create more jobs than it replaces by 2037 appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Growing your business with apprenticeships (webinar)
    17 Jul 18
      Hiring an apprentice is a productive and efficient way for any business to cost-effectively recruit and upskill their workforce,… The post Growing your business with apprenticeships (webinar) appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • “Touch Base” Most-Hated Phrase For Second Year In a Row
    17 Jul 18
    A new Glassdoor survey 1  reveals that the UK’s most annoying office phrases in 2018 are “touch base”, followed by “no brainer” and “punch a puppy”. Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, identified what words or phrases…
  • Age discrimination still rife as businesses fail to plan for ageing workforce
    16 Jul 18
    Organisations in the UK are ignoring issues caused by the growing… The post Age discrimination still rife as businesses fail to plan for ageing workforce appeared first on Personnel Today .
  • Tick-box recruitment depriving businesses of talent
    16 Jul 18
    Almost two-thirds (62 percent) of companies prioritise experience and technical skills when recruiting, despite admitting that cultural fit and a candidate’s overall potential result in more successful hires. Contributor Matt Weston, Managing…
  • EU temps needed to keep key industries going post-Brexit
    15 Jul 18
    British firms could come unstuck in key sectors like food supply if the government does not allow employers to continue to access temporary and seasonal workers from the European Union (EU) after Brexit, says a new report from the Recruitment…
  • Fair pay agenda is not going away
    14 Jul 18
    Fresh pressure to ensure fair pay throughout the workplace and equal opportunity to progress is sparking UK employers into action to make sure their compensation and talent management programmes are really delivering. Contributor Hazel Rees…
  • How to know if you're falling in love with your colleague or you're just experiencing 'vicinity attraction'
    13 Jul 18
    We spend more time with our colleagues than almost anyone else. This can lead to “vicinity attraction” where you develop feelings for someone because you’re around them all the time. But the only way to know if these feelings are real is to…
  • UK Facing ‘Unmanageable Stress’
    13 Jul 18
    In the UK, more than a quarter (26 percent) of stress sufferers report work as the reason. Other typical sources of stress such as finances, family issues and health problems cause people in the UK less stress than their working lives. Contributor…
  • We're hiring an Editor for our research team
    12 Jul 18
    We’re seeking a motivated Research Editor with 3-5 years of work experience to join Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insiders premium research service. At Business Insider Intelligence, were passionate about making market research that…
  • Brexit chaos more nerve-wracking than the World Cup
    12 Jul 18
    ‘ We’d rather watch England take penalties in the World Cup final than see Britain go into the final round of Brexit negotiations so disunified’. Contributor David Jinks, Head of Consumer Research – ParcelHero. Supporters of a …



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