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  • British employees 'work 17 full days' to pay off debts

    The average British staff member works 17 full days of the year to pay off their debts, according to the latest study. Research carried out by Bright Grey for its Financial Safety Net report shows that these 17 days keep up with the average £1,500 debt that each person has, which is... [more...]

  • Being adaptable 'can boost job prospects'

    People can enhance their chances of landing a job by being adaptable and open to new ways of working, it has been claimed. According to Phil Flaxton, chief executive of Work Wise UK, people can help to make up for certain gaps in their employment history or academic background by demonstrating... [more...]

  • A fifth of Brits 'work during their commute'

    One in five British employees work during their daily commute to and from work, as checking emails, making to-do lists and updating spreadsheets become commonplace on the train and bus, a new survey has found. Research carried out by the Daisy Group, involved questioning 2,000 commuters and... [more...]

  • UK workers expect to be with a new employer in five years

    The majority of UK workers do not expect to be with the same company in five years' time, according to the latest poll, which suggests that the notion of a job for life is increasingly waning. In the study, conducted by AAT, it was revealed that more than just three in ten employees are... [more...]

  • Office salaries on the rise, survey finds

    Office salaries in the UK are on the rise, according to the latest report which reveals an increase on the average pay recorded in 2011.The research, published by Office Angels, reveals that office jobs defied the UK's reversion into recession in April, with advertised salaries in April... [more...]

  • 1 in 10 workers 'coasting through the day'

    A tenth of UK workers are able to 'coast' through the day by only exerting the bear minimum of effort, a new poll has found. Research carried out by found that the most common times for employees to reduce their output were when their boss was on holiday and when there... [more...]

  • UK workers 'looking for new jobs'

    A significant proportion of workers in the UK are currently on the hunt for new jobs as they become disillusioned with their new employer, the latest report reveals. The research, commissioned by River Marketing, suggests that some employers may be failing to inspire their staff and make them... [more...]

  • Friday 'the most productive day' for meetings

    Friday is the most popular day of the week to have a meeting, with these congregations also likely to be more productive, the latest study has revealed. Research carried out by Doodle, which involved analysing the scheduling patterns of ten million global users, including 500,000 in the UK,... [more...]

  • Employers plan to take on more staff

    The majority of the country's employers are planning to take on more workers or maintain their headcount in the coming months, the latest survey has revealed. According to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's (REC) JobsOutlook survey, the overall outlook for the jobs market... [more...]

  • Recruitment agencies 'are professional and effective'

    A substantial majority of people believe that the role played by recruitment agencies is an important one and that they project a professional image, a new poll has found. Research carried out by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), which involved polling 1,024 UK adults, found... [more...]

  • GCSEs not fit for purpose, CBI claims

    The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has claimed that modern GCSEs are not doing enough to educate children and ultimately prepare them for the world of work. John Cridland, CBI’s director general, has argued that British business is currently faced with a shortage of key skills,... [more...]

  • Customer service 'better among small businesses'

    A significant majority of consumers believe that small and independent businesses provide better customer service than larger organisations and conglomerates, a new study has found. The latest Global Customer Service Barometer from American Express shows that 81 per cent of consumers hold this... [more...]

  • 'Adjust your CV' to suit the post

    People applying for more than one job need to adjust their CV accordingly so that the document is tailored to each specific post. That is the opinion of Carol Wilson, managing director of, who said that people need to highlight their own specific skills as well as... [more...]

  • Less red tape 'will lead to more jobs'

    A reduction in the red tape encountered by UK organisations would definitely help to boost the number of people moving into employment, it has been claimed. Simon Walker, director general of the Institute of Directors (IOD), said that the coalition government needs to take urgent action to... [more...]

  • Present yourself well and ask for the job, interviewees advised

    People heading into an interview have been advised to dress, walk, speak and act in the way that they want to be seen.Paul Boross, pitch doctor at Big Sky Communications, said the old adage that you should dress for the job you want is always true.The key is to present yourself in the way that... [more...]

  • Job placements rise rapidly in Scotland

    There has been another strong increase in the number of people moving into jobs in Scotland, according to the latest report. The latest Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs shows a strong improvement in labour market conditions last month, with both permanent and temporary staff placements rising at... [more...]

  • Young people 'have plenty of talent'

    Companies need to recognise that many of the country's school leavers and graduates have significant talent and skillsets that can be bolstered and be of great benefit to their organisation. That is the opinion of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), which is... [more...]

  • UK sickness absence falls again

    The number of UK workers taking sick days fell again last year, according to official figures which continue a gradual trend seen over the last two decades. Data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that 131 million working days were lost to sickness in 2011, which is... [more...]

  • Part-time work 'a great stepping stone'

    Taking on a part-time job can open up many new opportunities and should never be disregarded, one expert has noted.According to Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, part-time work should not be considered 'second class', and he noted that many... [more...]

  • Volunteering 'can boost your CV'

    People looking to enhance their CV may find that volunteering can help to make the document more appealing, it has been claimed. According to David McCullough, chief executive of WRVS, potential employers will be drawn to achievements that set candidates apart form other applicants – and... [more...]

  • UK employment figures 'a great step forward'

    New data revealing that there has been an increase in the number of people in employment in the UK is great news for the country and sign that the labour market is travelling in the right direction, the government has claimed. Employment minister Chris Grayling made the comments after new... [more...]

  • Cover letters 'should be a masterpiece of brevity'

    People writing a covering letter need to make it a "masterpiece of brevity" if they are to get their point across and make an impression on the employer, one expert has advised. According to David Moran, founder and principal of, candidates should keep it succinct and... [more...]

  • Communication skills 'highly sought' in managers

    Companies looking to bring in interim mangers will be on the hunt for strong communication skills in potential candidates, it has been noted. According to Sue Smith, a partner at Boyden, companies want strong communication skills and an ability to pass on their knowledge to a business in a way... [more...]

  • Talent retention 'is being neglected'

    Companies across the UK are failing to put measures in place to keep hold of their best workers and, as a result, risk losing top talent, a new report has found. Research carried out by Vodafone shows that, when it comes to business continuity planning, UK businesses are much better prepared... [more...]

  • UK unemployment falls

    There has been a fall in the number of unemployed people in the UK as more jobs were created across the country, new figures reveal. Data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that the jobless total in the UK was 2.6 million in the quarter to March, which is the lowest... [more...]

  • Lying during a job application 'is not worth it'

    Although it can be very tempting to embellish certain details or even outright lie during an interview or when compiling a CV, the risks of doing so far outweigh the benefits, it has been noted. Barney Ely, director at Hays Human Resources, said that jobseekers who lie on their CV stand a... [more...]

  • 'Be pragmatic' when it comes to CV length

    One aspect of a CV that is often debated is how long the document should be, with some sources suggesting a single page will do, while other experts advise cramming the resume with information. However, according to David Moran, founder and principal of, there are no set rules... [more...]

  • Cover letters 'need to be succinct'

    The perfect cover letter would be succinct enough to convey the candidate's attributes and suitability for the job without losing the interest of the recruiter, it has been advised. Paul Thomas, senior CV consultant at, said that a cover letter needs to answer... [more...]

  • 'Key things to consider' when starting a job

    Although the first day in a new job can be an equally exciting and nerve-wracking experience, it is important to bear a few things in mind when starting off in the new workplace. Looking good is very important to make a good first impression, so dressing smartly is must, while being polite and... [more...]

  • 2 in 5 retirees 'would be happy to work on'

    Two in five workers who are planning to retire this year would be happy to work past 65 if they were given the chance, it has been claimed.Prudential's Class of 2012 study, which looks at the finances and expectations of those planning to retire this year, shows that 48 per cent of men and... [more...]

  • Older jobseekers need to be positive'

    Older jobseekers need to maintain a positive mindset when on the hunt for a new role, according to one expert who has advised people to be 'young-brained' when job-hunting. Tim Drake, co-author of You Can Be as Young as You Think, said that older jobseekers can often be anxious, old... [more...]

  • Interim managers 'an experienced and immediate resource'

    Businesses bringing in an interim manager will find that the biggest benefit is that they receive an immediate response, one expert has highlighted. Sue Smith, partner at Boyden, said that hiring an interim manager is a question of defining the immediate needs, what the key deliverables are and... [more...]

  • Unique CVs 'help to distinguish candidates'

    Candidates can help to distinguish themselves from the competition by creating a unique CV that will grab the attention of the recruiter, one expert has pointed out. Although this tactic seems obvious, it is surprising how many people send in generic CVs that do not do anything to help... [more...]

  • Permanent job placements rise again

    The number of people being placed into new jobs in the UK has risen for the fourth consecutive month, according to the latest Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs. Data published by the organisations reveals that permanent staff placements increased at a steady... [more...]

  • Detail 'is key' when constructing a CV

    People constructing their CV have been advised that the success of the document is all in the detail, particularly when it comes to documenting the candidate's work history. That is the opinion of Paul Thomas, senior CV consultant at, who said that the key lies... [more...]

  • Worker morale 'remains high'

    Morale among UK workers remains high, in spite of economic uncertainty, according to a new report into employee happiness and motivation.Research carried out by Badenoch & Clark shows that 48 per cent of UK workers are proud to work in their organisation, while nearly nine in ten think that... [more...]

  • Purpose 'a key incentive' for UK workers

    Whether or not a company has a sense of purpose is increasingly becoming a key determinant of a worker's loyalty to an organisation and their likelihood of remaining in employment there, a new survey has found. The report, carried out by global brand consultancy Calling Brands, reveals that... [more...]

  • Use of interim workers 'is evolving'

    The way in which interim workers are utilised by organisations is continuing to evolve as the numerous benefits of this employment model become evident, it has been observed. Diane Morris, director of InterimWomen, said that interim managers were traditionally only used to fill gaps at senior... [more...]

  • Technology and flexible spaces 'boosting employment market'

    The country's employment market is being boosted by the invention of new technology and the rise of flexible spaces, which has given rise to the 'anywhere worker', a new report has suggested. Research carried out by Siemens Enterprise Communications reveals that advances in... [more...]

  • A good skillset 'the most important trait'

    Although there are many different factors that play a role in a candidate getting a job, by far the most important is having a good skillset and the tools needed to do the job, one expert has stated. John Bell, policy editor at, said the key thing that any candidate needs to... [more...]

  • 'Keep your CV updated', workers advised

    Everybody should ensure their CV is kept up to date, regardless of whether they are currently in job or on the hunt for a new role, one organisation has advised. Reed explained that a CV should always be considered a "work-in-progress", as it is vital to update it regularly with new... [more...]

  • UK managers 'overestimating their abilities'

    Three-quarters of UK businesses feel there is a lack of leadership and management skills in their organisation and too many managers have an inflated opinion of their ability to manage people, a new report has revealed. A survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)... [more...]

  • Positivity 'is very important' when job hunting

    People on the hunt for new jobs need to adopt a positive mindset in order to boost their chances of landing the role they want, it has been advised. While this may seem obvious, it is surprising how many people become demoralised if they are rejected for the first role they apply for, noted... [more...]

  • Finding a role model 'helps land top jobs'

    Identifying a role model and following their example can help people to land the job of their dreams, it has been claimed. According to Piya Khanna, success coach and founder of Change to Succeed, emulating people who have had a success in the sector you are hoping to move into can be hugely... [more...]

  • Directors plan to scale back appointments

    A significant proportion of the UK's non-executive directors expect to reduce the number of appointments they hold each day in order to commit more time to carrying out their duties effectively, new research from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has indicated. One reason for this may be the... [more...]

  • Further study 'keeps people competitive'

    Further study can help people to remain competitive in the job market, according to one analyst body which has backed the increasing focus being placed on the accumulation of work experience. Reed has praised the coalition government's new £1 billion Youth Contract Scheme, which it... [more...]

  • Conditions 'looking up' for contract workers

    Conditions within the contract market look to be improving, with more positions becoming available, the latest figures suggest. Research carried out by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) for its Quarterly Industrial Trends Survey April 2012 report shows that contractors working in the... [more...]

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