Trendy workspaces and fatter pay packs might once have been enough to secure workplace loyalty, but no more.
Brits are particularly savvy when it comes to job offer negotiations, so bosses should brace for bartering, as over half of jobseekers have fought for changes to role opportunities during interview stage.
For the vast majority of businesses, its employees are the lifeblood. Which is why having a co-operative group of individuals that can work well together in a team is crucial to the success of a business. Easier said than done, however.
Some 74 per cent of workers have been engaged in office pranks, but there have been cases where their capers have gotten too extreme, resulting in them being fired.
The importance of employee rewards is recognised by an overwhelming majority of UK SMEs, which suggests companies that don’t acknowledge this could have staff retention woes.
A new study has assessed how British employees feel about their jobs, resulting in a nationwide workplace happiness breakdown.
Just how well are your staff coping? A study has found that work issues are resulting in sleepless nights for six million British employees on a weekly basis.
When it comes to seeking new jobs, it turns out that unhappy employees are most likely to begin the search for new jobs at the end of May.
I felt for the many SME owners who were potentially affected by the chancellor’s NIC rules, only to be u-turned to honour his party’s manifesto.
Is Brexit forcing you into moving a business abroad? When you are an individual, migration can present tough challenges but when you are moving an entire business, it’s a whole different level of preparation.
In the last few years, we’ve seen co-working spaces grow from strength to strength. In London alone, there is estimated to be over 1,000 co-working spaces and the capital was recently cited as the leading global market in this sector.
Like family members, peers may drive each other mad at times, but giving recognition to colleagues will create a culture of innovation.