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    Salaries are now at a four year high in the UK

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    Wales was the only region in the UK that saw advertised salaries decrease. Salaries are at an all-time high across the UK for the first time in four years, with employees in South West England reaping the rewards most. According to new data by job search engine Adzuna, the only UK region that did not […]

    Harley Street Concierge shares new cancer support guide for employers

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    To coincide with World Cancer Day (February 4, 2019), Harley Street Concierge has compiled a new guide to ensure employers are offering the right support to staff with a cancer diagnosis. As today marks World Cancer Day (February 4, 2019), specialist cancer care provider Harley Street Concierge (HSC) has detailed its new guide to support […]

    Eynsham Hall: Serious about well-being

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    Coming up with new ideas to promote well-being among a team and keep morale high can be difficult due to workloads and time constraints, however Eynsham Hall believes it has it all under one roof. We all know that employee well-being isn’t just another box to tick. Keeping your staff healthy, motivated and happy is […]

    Are money worries affecting you?

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    New research has found that 77 per cent of employees have revealed that stresses about money have impacted them at work. Do you often feel concerned about your cashflow? You’re not alone, as the vast majority of UK employees (94 per cent) are suffering from money worries. According to new research from Close Brothers, 77 […]

    How to become a manager before you’re 25

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    Becoming a manager before you hit the tender age of 25 is no easy feat, however it is possible. Gemma Harding from Callcare, speaks to some young professionals who share their insights into how you can climb the managerial ladder. As of 2016, millennials became the largest generation in the workforce. In 2020, they’ll make […]

    Staff working out of hours could be violating GDPR

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    UK workers that conduct work tasks on personal mobile phones at home and on the commute could be massively violating GDPR rules. What’s more, most employees are completely unaware that they are doing anything wrong. Although 14 million people in the UK use a second mobile phone for work, 18 per cent prefer to use […]

    Are you one of the ten million people in the UK coasting at work?

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    A new survey has revealed that one-third of us – more than ten million* of the UK workforce – are ‘coasting’ at work. As many as 32 per cent of workers in the UK have admitted to ‘coasting’ while clocked-in at work and in their career, as the country battles to solve a productivity crisis which, […]

    Londoners now face the longest commute, reveals study

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    The average daily commute has increased by 18 hours compared to over a decade ago, with many workers travelling for up to 58 minutes both ways. Getting to and from work now takes five minutes longer, according to new analysis published by the TUC, which marks the annual Commute Smart Week organised by Work Wise […]

    One-third of employees are unaware that pay discrimination is illegal

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    The somewhat shocking statistics are revealed in a survey nearly 50 years since the Equal Pay Act was introduced. A study carried out by the Fawcett Society reveals that one in three men (35 per cent) and women (33 per cent) are not aware that pay discrimination in the workplace is illegal, reports HR Magazine. The research, which surveyed more […]

    Flexible working proves hardest subject to broach for employees, says study

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    British workers are least likely to ask an employer about flexible working opportunities when it comes to finding out about workplace benefits, new research has found. The research of 1,500 UK employees, which was conducted by Badenoch & Clark, found 18 per cent of employees felt uncomfortable when asking about flexible hours, despite flexible working […]