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  • Lack of workplace skills 'holding some workers back'

    Many job candidates are being held back by a lack of workplace skills, a new report has found. Research carried out by learndirect revealed that 88 per cent of employers rate workplace skills as a top priority, yet only ten per cent of jobseekers consider them important. It appears that a lack... [more...]

  • Leadership 'is about paying attention'

    Leadership is all about paying attention to fine details, and managers who fail to do this may be compromising the success of their organisation, it has been claimed. James Scouller, executive coach with, said one common leadership mistake is a lack of vision, and... [more...]

  • Interviewees 'must connect emotionally'

    People heading into a job interview can help to boost their chances of success by connecting with the interviewer on an emotional level, it has been claimed. Patricia Seabright, founder and managing director of Archimedes Consulting, said the key thing is to get off to a good start and create a... [more...]

  • 'Five key factors' set apart top employers

    The best employers in the UK match up to five key criteria which have a significant impact on the happiness and morale of their staff, according to a new report. Research carried out by Adecco found that employees are happiest in organisations where managers have a commitment to their staff and... [more...]

  • Employer confidence 'at a 3-year high'

    Confidence levels among UK employers are currently at their highest level in the last three years, according to a new report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). The organisation's JobsOutlook shows that employer confidence grew throughout the first quarter of 2012 to... [more...]

  • Careers advice 'vital for young people'

    It is essential that young people are given appropriate advice throughout their academic lives so they can make the right choices when moving into a career.That is the opinion of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), which has highlighted the need for improved careers advice to help meet... [more...]

  • UK pay awards rise

    The average pay award in the UK is currently higher than it was last year, according to the latest report. Research carried out by Xpert HR shows that pay awards so far in 2012 stand at a median 2.6 per cent, which demonstrates that awards are "are holding up well", the analysts... [more...]

  • Talent and innovation 'will drive productivity'

    The employment of talented workers and a focus on innovation will be what helps to drive innovation in manufacturing and other sectors and pull the country out of recession, it has been claimed. These factors, combined with the strategic use of public policy, will play a significant role in... [more...]

  • New employees 'racing to make an impact'

    New employees are trying to make an immediate impact in their new organisation as businesses demand more from staff during the tough economic climate, a new study has found. Research carried out by Futurestep found that the good performance of a new employee at a professional or managerial... [more...]

  • Skills shortages 'making manager recruitment difficult'

    Skills shortages among people with managerial experience are placing pressure on recruiters to find the right people, it has been found.The new 2012 National Management Survey by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and XpertHR shows that 59 per cent of UK of employers found it difficult to... [more...]

  • 75% of UK staff 'on the look-out' for a new job

    Three-quarters of UK staff are currently on the look-out for new job opportunities, according to a new poll of UK staff which reveals many are not satisfied with their current positions.The latest Kelly Global Workforce Index by Kelly Services, which questioned 3,500 workers across the UK,... [more...]

  • Office workers 'would trade their lunch break for a nap'

    Almost half of all office workers in the UK would gladly trade their lunchtime break for a nap, a new survey has found. Research carried out by, which questioned over 1,000 people, found that 46 per cent of staff believed that a nap at lunchtime would improve their productivity... [more...]

  • More UK call centres 'can boost jobs and the economy'

    The creation of more call centres in the UK can not only help create many more jobs across the country, but also help to drive the economy in the process, as well as enhancing customer service, it has been noted. In a recent speech to the Policy Exchange, UK employment minister Chris Grayling... [more...]

  • 'Make yourself seen' to get ahead

    People looking to get ahead in the world of work have been advised that working hard is no guarantee of success. According to Beverley Stone, a chartered business psychologist, working hard is always going to enhance a person's chances of promotion and advancement, but it is only a third of... [more...]

  • Older workers 'offer unparalleled experience'

    Older workers can offer a level of experience that younger people simply cannot provide, and help to add another dimension to their organisation, it has been noted. Keith Simpson, managing director of, said that he has seen many examples of people who are "exceptionally... [more...]

  • Job applicants 'should do plenty of research'

    People applying for jobs should aim to research the company thoroughly, as this can have a number of benefits in the long run, one expert has stated. As well as creating a good impression by showing the prospective employer that they have a keen interest in their organisation, research can also... [more...]

  • Improvement in part-time working 'is good news'

    The rise in the number of people being employed in part-time jobs in the UK is good news for both the jobs market and the economy, it has been noted. Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, made the comments after new labour market statistics released by... [more...]

  • Candidates 'need to set their CV out properly'

    People on the hunt for new roles need to perfect the layout of their CV in order to maximise their chances of recruitment success, it has been recommended. That is the opinion of Charlie Ryan, owner of, who said it can be "tricky" for candidates to set their... [more...]

  • Smiling 'creates the best first impression'

    Although there are many factors that can contribute to making a good first impression in a job interview or on the first day of a job, having a smile on your face is the top one, it has been noted. Patricia Seabright, founder and managing director of Archimedes Consulting Ltd, said that there... [more...]

  • Older jobseekers 'need roles suiting their skillset'

    Older people on the hunt for new jobs need to aim for a role which is clearly suited to their skillset, it has been advised.Fintan O'Toole, HR specialist, said that some older workers, such as those aged over 50, sometimes find it harder to find a suitable range of opportunities.The key to... [more...]

  • Longer apprenticeships 'better for young people'

    Embarking on longer apprenticeships is more likely to prepare young people for the world of work than brief tenures that often do not teach team enough about being in a full-time job, it has been claimed. According to Ian Harper, chief executive of ATG Training, long-term apprenticeships are... [more...]

  • FPB calls on govt to slash red tape

    The government needs to make further cuts to red tape hampering the nations' businesses if it is to free organisations form the shackles of legislation and enable them to create jobs and stimulate employment growth. That is the opinion of Phil McCabe, senior policy adviser at the Forum of... [more...]

  • Younger workers 'unaffected by recession'

    Younger workers managed to avoid the impact of the economic downturn on the employment market and have actually reported a rise in placements since 2008, the latest report suggests. Data published by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) shows that the number of people... [more...]

  • Companies outsource sales operations to cut costs

    An increasing number of companies are outsourcing their sales and marketing operations as they look to streamline and cut in-house costs, a new study has revealed.Research carried out by PerDM shows that 90 per cent of companies have reported cutting costs in the last three years during and... [more...]

  • Agency worker use 'has not changed'

    The use of agency workers across UK organisations has not changed in the vast majority of cases following the introduction of Agency Workers Regulation (AWR), a new report indicates. Under the new legislation, agency workers have the same entitlement to basic working and employment conditions... [more...]

  • Interim managers 'can provide many benefits'

    The benefits of interim managers have been highlighted by one expert, who said that they can help to provide an instant boost to a company's productivity.Marc Lawn, managing director of, said that interim managers can help to provide quick access to quality talent, with... [more...]

  • Importance of a good CV 'cannot be underestimated'

    The importance of ensuring a CV is well constructed and highlights a candidate's best traits cannot be underestimated, it has been observed. That is the opinion of Jerry Wright, managing director of CPHConsulting, who said the "basic premise" of a candidate making themselves more... [more...]

  • Benefits of flexible staffing 'are well established'

    UK organisations are well aware of the benefits of flexible staffing and the unique options that this employment model can provide, one sector expert has explained. After the recent Report on Jobs from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG showed a slight decline in... [more...]

  • Workers 'not aware of their company's web address'

    A significant proportion of workers do not know their company email address and many more are aware of other important details relating to their organisation, a new poll has found. Research carried out by DealJungle found that 18 per cent of employees could not name their company's URL when... [more...]

  • Stress triggers 'need to be acknowledged'

    Employees need to recognise the most common causes of stress so that they know how to avoid or handle them, one expert has noted. In order to stay positive in the workplace, Dr Rick Norris, chartered psychologist and author of Think Yourself Happy, said it is important for staff not to take too... [more...]

  • UK recruiting activity 'stronger than some believe'

    Recruiting activity in the UK is actually much stronger than some people believe at the moment, it has been claimed. According to Jerry Wright, managing director of, general recruiting activity is probably stronger than one might believe it should be, given reports in the... [more...]

  • AWR 'has provided many opportunities'

    The implementation of Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) in the UK has been handled well by the majority of organisations and presented new opportunities to many, the latest report indicates. In its new AWR monitor, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) shows that the demand for... [more...]

  • UK job placements rise again

    There has been a further increase in the number of people being placed into permanent jobs in the UK, according to the latest figures from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). The organisation's new Report on Jobs, compiled in association with KPMG, shows that recruitment... [more...]

  • Office layout 'has a major effect' on staff productivity

    It is surprising how things such as the layout of an office can have an effect on staff productivity, according to one expert on employee motivation. Kenneth Freeman, international technical director at Ambius, said that bosses planning the design of an office need to think about what can be... [more...]

  • Prioritising jobs growth 'the right move'

    The government's decision to prioritise jobs growth in the UK is the right one and will be beneficial in the medium to long term, one employment expert has noted. Tom Hadley, director of policy and professional services at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, made the comments... [more...]

  • Consumer confidence on the rise in the UK

    Consumer confidence is rising in the UK as people express greater optimism in the country's economic prospects, the latest report reveals. YouGov's new Household Economic Activity Tracker (HEAT) index has hit a high score of 98, which shows that consumers are far more positive about the... [more...]

  • Interviewers 'need to know three things'

    Although a prospective employer is likely to ask many questions during a job interview, there are only really three things that they want to know, a new report has found. An article in Forbes, compiled after consultation with employers across the globe, suggests that interviewers want to know... [more...]

  • UK job vacancies rise 6%

    The number of permanent job vacancies in the UK increased by six per cent last month, according to the latest figures, continuing the upward trend observed since the start of 2012.According to the Adecco report, fears that the positive figures recorded in January were only a reaction to the... [more...]

  • Managers 'losing patience' with Twitter users

    The proliferation of Twitter use in the UK and the rest of the world has had many benefits, but it is also causing frustration among bosses, a new report has found. Research carried out by shows that over 47 per cent of managers are concerned about the length of time their staff... [more...]

  • Focus 'the key to productivity'

    Being able to focus on the task at hand and the job in general is the key to boosting productivity and, in turn, profit, one expert has stated. Monica Seeley, managing director of Mesmo Consultancy, said that one recommendation is to set some goals and parameters for what is achievable during... [more...]

  • British manufacturing 'in good shape'

    The country's manufacturing industry is in good shape, with an increase in output and expectations, according to the latest report. The new Markit/CIPS Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to 52.1 in March from 51.5 in February and is now at the highest level since May... [more...]

  • Red tape reduction 'will boost jobs growth'

    The best way to stimulate jobs growth in the UK is to reduce the amount of red tape that business encounter when it comes to expanding headcount, one employment expert has claimed. David Kern, chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce, said he is expecting to see an increase in the... [more...]

  • 'Encouraging signs' for UK businesses

    UK firms are displaying increasing optimism regarding their business prospects for the months ahead, according to a new report from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). The organisation's new Quarterly Economic Survey for Q1 2012, which comprised almost 8,000 responses from businesses... [more...]

  • AWR 'has been a rallying call' for recruitment sector

    The implementation of Agency Worker Regulations in the UK has not had the detrimental impact on recruitment that some predicted and, if anything, has had the opposite effect, one industry body has observed. Six months after the implementation of AWR, it is clear that the demand for temporary... [more...]

  • Time management 'the key to productivity'

    Good time management is undoubtedly one of the most effective ways of ensuring that people can remain productive and hit targets, and the importance of this should never be underestimated. That is the opinion of Chris Kaday, business consultant, coach and mentor at, who said... [more...]

  • Offering flexible working 'can boost morale'

    Companies that offer flexible working can help to boost workplace morale and create a greater sense of equality, it has been claimed. Jane C Woods, director of, pointed to a recent report by the Institute of Leadership and Management which found that flexible working can... [more...]

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