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  • UK 'is a nation of workaholics'

    UK staff are workaholics who are committed to their job and carry work with them in all aspects of their lives, a new study has suggested. Research carried out by Avery shows that nearly half of British workers admit to emailing before they get up, working into their lunch break or taking calls... [more...]

  • Manager ability 'closely linked' to company performance'

    The ability and skillsets of the managers within an organisation has a direct effect on the overall performance of the company, a new study has revealed. According to the report, published by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Penna, there is a clear link between organisational... [more...]

  • Extra-curricular activities 'can boost employment chances'

    Young people's prospects of employment can be boosted considerably if they take part in extra-curricular activities while at school or university, it has been claimed.That is the opinion of Denise Taylor, career psychologist at Amazing People, who said there are there are plenty of... [more...]

  • 'Dress well and do your research' to achieve interview success

    There are many ways in which job candidates can create the right impression at a job interview, but some are more vital than others, one specialist has stated. Carlie Santoro, recruitment manager at Quest Professional, said the most important thing is to make a good first impression, and this... [more...]

  • Recruiters 'have three key criteria'

    Companies on the hunt for new staff will employ them based on three main recruitment criteria - Can they do the job? Will they do the job? Will they fit in? – one expert has claimed. Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau (grb.uk.com), said recruiters will choose people... [more...]

  • Employers 'must recognise transferable skills'

    Some of the nation's employers are failing to recognise when candidates have transferable skills that can be utilised in a range of sectors, a new study has suggested. Research carried out by Hays for its Career Outlook Survey shows that the majority of employers think previous experience... [more...]

  • Unpaid overtime 'should be rewarded'

    The nation's workers should be rewarded for doing overtime, considering the contribution they are making not only to their organisation, but the country as a whole, one sector body has claimed. Rob Holdsworth, senior campaigns officer at the Trades Union Congress (TUC), said that not only... [more...]

  • New recruits 'need to make an immediate impact'

    Workers who have recently joined a company need to make an impact to impress their new employer and set the tone for their future career with the organisation, it has been advised. Denise Taylor, career psychologist at Amazing People, said that in many cases employers want new staff to settle... [more...]

  • Companies confident in UK economy

    Business leaders remain confident that the economic situation in the UK will improve in the coming months, according to the latest poll carried out by the Institute of Directors (IoD). The survey found that only 35 per cent of the 1,000 business leaders questioned think there is a high or very... [more...]

  • Work/life balance 'the key reason for moving jobs'

    Achieving a better work/life balance is one of the key reasons why UK workers move jobs, according to the latest industry survey.Research carried out by Robert Half reveals that 29 per cent of HR executives in the UK cited work-life balance as the primary motivation for employees leaving their... [more...]

  • Apprenticeships 'provide a safe introduction to work'

    People looking for a route into the working world may find that apprenticeships provide the ideal platform for learning about what a full-time job entails and what is expected of them, one expert has stated. Ian Harper, chief executive of ATG Training, acknowledged that it is a big step for any... [more...]

  • Job placements rise north of the border

    The number of people being placed into permanent and temporary jobs in Scotland improved once again in January, according to the latest industry figures. Data published in the new Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs reveals a slight improvement in Scottish labour market conditions in January,... [more...]

  • Jobseekers' skills perception 'affecting recruitment chances'

    The skills that jobseekers deem important do not correlate with the traits that recruiters are looking for in many cases, according to a new report. Research carried out by LearnDirect found that many people in search of recruitment opportunities are out of touch with what modern employers are... [more...]

  • University 'not the only route' into skilled jobs

    People on the hunt for skilled, well-paying jobs have been for too long under the assumption that university education is crucial to them gaining employment in a role of this nature, one specialist has asserted. According to Andrew Shanahan, spokesman for notgoingtouni.co.uk, although there are... [more...]

  • Regular meetings 'keep workers happy'

    Managers can help to keep employees happy and motivated by having regular meetings so both sides can air their thoughts and feelings, it has been observed. Ruth Sanderson, managing director of bluepeapod.com, said that frequent face-to-face contact can boost both motivation and productivity... [more...]

  • Pay and reward set to rise in 2012

    UK employees are set to receive an increase in their pay awards this year, as well as their potential bonuses, a new report has indicated. Research carried out by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) suggests that the last quarter has seen pay intentions reach their... [more...]

  • Work and education partnerships 'prepare people for work'

    Establishing better connections between education and the world of work can help to better prepare young people for employment, it has been observed.Tara Daynes, HR expert and training specialist, said that students who undertake work experience while in education are more employable and likely... [more...]

  • Addressing overtime 'could improve business productivity'

    Addressing the amount of overtime UK staff are doing and the work they actually do during this time can help to boost business productivity, one sector body has claimed. That is the opinion of Rob Holdsworth, senior campaigns officer at the TUC (Trades Union Congress), who said a lot of the... [more...]

  • Average UK retirement age rises

    The average age at which UK workers retire has risen by around a year since 2004, according to the latest official study. Research carried out by the Office for National Statistics reveals that, over the last eight years, the UK average has risen from 63.8 years to 64.6 for men and from 61.2... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'the trump card' for jobseekers

    The ability to work flexibly has a greater impact on job satisfaction than any other perk and is likely to be the biggest attraction to jobseekers, a new report has found. Research carried out by Vodafone shows that flexible working has a bigger impact on job satisfaction than a financial stake... [more...]

  • A fifth of firms plan to take on sales professionals

    The number of UK firms planning to take on new employees in the coming months still exceeds those planning to cut job numbers, with sales professionals among the most in-demand staff, a new report has revealed. Research carried out by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development reveals... [more...]

  • 1 in 10 people put off retirement in 2012

    As many as one in ten people who had intended to retire this year have delayed their exit from employment, a new study has revealed. According to the latest results from Prudential's Class of 2012 research, just over ten per cent of people in sales jobs and other professions who had planned... [more...]

  • Healthy workers 'are more productive'

    Members of staff who lead healthy lives are likely to be more productive in the workplace than those who do not take care of themselves, according to one expert. Roger Harrop, a business expert and international motivational speaker, made the comments after a new survey found that more than two... [more...]

  • Older workers 'will embrace technology'

    Many older workers who have retired or are considering retirement may return to the jobs market as they begin to embrace technology, it has been predicted. According to Dr Graeme Codrington, futurist at Tomorrowtoday.uk.com, members of the baby boomer generation born in the 1950s and 1960s have... [more...]

  • Resurgence recorded in private sector output

    A resurgence has been recorded in the output of the UK's private sector, with all areas of the UK experiencing growth in business orders so far in 2012. The data was published by the Lloyds TSB regional Purchasing Managers’ Index, which shows that weaker input price pressures provided... [more...]

  • Managers and workers 'needs to trust each other'

    The nation's managers and their employers can help to create a productive atmosphere in the office by establishing a level of trust, and this can often boil down to allowing workers a degree of freedom in their working lives. That is the opinion of David Liddle, founder and director of... [more...]

  • Managers 'must engage with employees'

    The nation's managers need to take time to engage with their employees if they are to get the best out of them and drive productivity. That is the opinion of leadership expert Paul Bridle, who said that people in sales jobs and other roles are looking for a manager who is confident, who... [more...]

  • FPB calls for greater business support

    The Forum of Private Business (FPB) has called for more to be done to support businesses around the UK in order to stimulate growth. Phil McCabe, a spokesman for the FPB, explained that businesses have to necessarily be aware of the realities of the economy they are operating in, as in some... [more...]

  • AWR impact 'has been minimal'

    The impact of Agency Workers' Regulations (AWR) on the UK jobs market has not been as significant as feared and there is ongoing evidence that this is unlikely to change, one sector body has pointed out. Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, noted... [more...]

  • Govt urged to stimulate industry growth

    The government's "tentative steps" in the right direction outlined in the Autumn Statement need to become a "giant leap" if firms are to see genuine change in their business in the coming months, one sector body has claimed. John Hall, national chairman of the Federation... [more...]

  • Students 'must plan for the next step'

    People can help to increase their chances of gaining employment soon after leaving university by beginning to plan for the world of work while they are still in higher education, it has been claimed. Andrew Shanahan, spokesman for notgoingtouni.co.uk, said that some people wait until they have... [more...]

  • Finding the right people for the right job 'key to recovery'

    The key to ensuring the UK continues its recovery from the effects of the economic downturn is to ensure that the ideal candidates are being put into the right jobs, one analyst has commented. Bernard Brown, partner and head of business services at KPMG, said that employers are beginning to... [more...]

  • Placements and apprenticeships 'benefit employers and staff'

    It is very important that businesses offer opportunities such as placements and apprenticeships to enable people to get a taste of the world of work and develop the skills needed for future success, it has been claimed. Spencer Mehlman, managing director of notgoingtouni.co.uk, said it is... [more...]

  • Permanent placements rise in UK

    There has been a rise in the number of people being placed into permanent jobs in the UK, according to the latest industry survey. The new Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC)/KPMG Report on Jobs shows that there was a modest rise in permanent staff appointments for the first time in... [more...]

  • Good communication 'lightens the mood' in the office

    Managers aiming to improve the mood of everyone in the office can take a few steps to help boost workers' motivation, attitudes and productivity, it has been claimed. David Liddle, founder and director of Total Conflict Management, said that the best way to lighten the mood in the office is... [more...]

  • University 'the first step in a career'

    University is shifting from being the last step in an individual's education to being the first decisive step in building a career, one analyst has noted. Oliver Tant, head of audit at KPMG, said it is "clear" that this is becoming the case, adding that young people can no longer... [more...]

  • Remote working 'can be very beneficial'

    Encouraging remote working could be useful to companies from both a staff retention and flexibility point of view, and ultimately from a financial perspective, one expert has noted.Dr Graeme Codrington, futurist at Tomorrowtoday.uk.com, said that remote working provides "huge cost... [more...]

  • Employers 'should do all they can' to prevent absence

    The nation's workers should do all they can to ensure that their staff are not forced to take long leaves of absence, it has been urged. Professor Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University, acknowledged that illness is "a fact... [more...]

  • National apprenticeship drive begins

    A nationwide drive to encourage businesses to take on more apprentices and boost the country's skillset has been launched. National Apprenticeship Week will last all week and comes as business secretary Vince Cable said the coalition is prioritising investment in apprenticeships, leading to... [more...]

  • Young people 'need better careers guidance'

    Better career guidance needs to be provided to the nation's young people in order to ensure they move into the correct profession, it has been claimed. A new survey by Comptia shows that nearly half of young people are missing out on career opportunities due to a lack of information from... [more...]

  • University 'not the only option' for young people

    Heading to university is not the only option for young people looking for a route into the world of work, one expert has stated. Spencer Mehlman, managing director of notgoingtouni.co.uk, said that the drop in university applications this year, due to a rise in tuition fees, highlights that... [more...]

  • Job opportunities rise in January

    The number of new job positions being created across the UK rose in January, the latest Reed Job Index has revealed. The monthly report tracks the number of new job opportunities and the salaries on offer compared to the previous month and against a baseline of 100 set in December 2009. It... [more...]

  • UK pay freezes 'are thawing'

    Pay freezes implemented around the UK as a result of the economic downturn are beginning to thaw as companies return to profit and boost salaries, new data suggests. Figures published by Income Data Services (IDS) reveal that private sector pay deals recorded in 2012 are so far at higher levels... [more...]

  • UK staff 'would go the extra mile'

    The vast majority of UK workers would illustrate their loyalty to their employer by "going the extra mile", according to a new poll of the nation's staff. According to the survey, carried out by HR consultancy ETS, 91 per cent of employees said they were willing to go above and... [more...]

  • Small businesses 'creating many new jobs'

    A government initiative that involved handing grants to small businesses in deprived areas has helped to create "significant numbers" of new employment positions, a new report has indicated The Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics study revealed that... [more...]

  • Employee engagement 'a key concern' in 2012

    One of the main concerns among the nation's managers this year will be ensuring that staff are engaged with benefits programmes in order to boost worker retention, a new report has discovered. The Mercer report also revealed that 45 per cent of employers consider cost-control as the top... [more...]

  • Job appointments 'on the rise' across Europe

    The number of people being employed in sales jobs and other positions is continuing to rise across the UK and the rest of Europe, according to the latest figures. According to the EU Labour Force Survey, from the end of the second quarter of 2010 until the end of the second quarter of 2011... [more...]

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