Why are half the UK’s tech professionals planning to change their jobs this year?
January is the month when employees are most likely to hand in their notice. What can be done to make them stay?
Recent research suggests that organisations with effective workplace wellbeing strategies perform better than their counterparts. But why exactly is this?
Recognising that you have a problem is often the first and most important step to solving it. But with so much else to keep track of in a small business, it can be difficult to identify staff turnover as an issue.
With 39.7% of Brits revealing that they dislike their current job, keeping staff engaged has become key, says Lee Biggins, founder and CEO of CV-Library.
The new year, new job trend can cause significant strain on a business. Here, BBX CEO John Attridge unveils how bosses can keep their staff from venturing off.
Finding employees in it for the long-haul has become one of the biggest challenge for any business owner, says Real Business columnist Jan Cavelle.
With research showing that nearly half of high-skilled EU workers are considering leaving the UK in the next five years, George Koureas, a partner at immigration law firm Fragomen, explains what SME owners can do to retain EU talent.
In light of the festive mood we sought to find out what employers should or would gift staff if money wasn’t an option.
With the evenings getting darker and summer holidays now a distant memory, now is the time to ramp up your business and staff, preventing a slump and encouraging retention, warns LinkedIn.
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.
On paper, the British summertime is a cause for joy – sunshine, hot weather and bright evenings. But how are UK businesses marking the season?