On paper, the British summertime is a cause for joy – sunshine, hot weather and bright evenings. But how are UK businesses marking the season?
Bosses will have seen potential in any candidates they offer a job interview, but that can quite easily be dismissed depending on the questions they receive from would-be hires.
Does your business have a corporate dress code? If so, there may be an uprising from staff as a third believe that the days of specifying attire should be left to the schoolyard.
The trend of job hopping is becoming more acceptable, at least in the minds of UK professionals, with many admitting that leaving a role after under a year is not an issue.
Although there’s a great deal of economic uncertainty doing the rounds, businesses up and down the country are increasing staff pay, so here are the ten cities with the strongest salary growth.
More support is desired by British professionals that are returning to work after taking a career break, but are returnships the answer?
Audio Boom once dedicated a podcast to workplace motivation, claiming most jobs evoked boredom to a certain degree – a topic that has since quickly gained traction.
Most British workers have experienced bad leadership, according to a study, and Cardiff is the location where it’s most prevalent.
When it comes to resignations, it may come as a shock to many leaders that a dislike of the boss is among top reasons for quitting jobs.
It’s been a busy couple of months for me and my feet have barely touched the ground. I spent most of February and March travelling, so it’s nice to sit down and reflect on what’s been happening.
Spring has sprung, and the ten UK cities for surging job growth this season have been revealed in a new study.
CV-Library questioned 1,000 workers and 700 recruiters to find out who was responsible for preparing candidates for interviews. While the former blame recruiters for their failings, it made us wonder whether bosses felt the same way.