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Employee data collection should be a priority for HR departments, expert argues
Employee management systems designed to collect activity data on the company’s personnel should be a priority for any company’s HR department, an expert in the human resources management field has argued.
Skills crisis looms ahead, UK businesses fear
Over 75% of British businesses believe that they’ll be severely affected by a skills crisis over the next three years, results published in a report drawn up by The Prince’s Trust in partnership with HSBC have revealed.
British SMEs go on hiring spree, says latest CBI report
Small and medium-sized manufacturers across the UK reported a strong quarter of orders and output growth in the three months to July, while employment soared across the segment, figures from the CBI’s latest SME Trends Survey were able to reveal.
Up to 200,000 new jobs could be created in the construction segment over the next 5 years
The UK’s construction sector is poised for growth and will likely create up to 200,000 new jobs over the next 5 years, a recent survey by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) was able to reveal.
UK government to prevent recruiters from advertising jobs exclusively overseas
The UK government has revealed plans to modify the existing legislation in order to prevent recruiters from advertising existing positions exclusively overseas, a recent report by the CIPD was able to reveal.
3.1 candidates for every job advertised in August, survey finds
The number of candidates for every new job advertised has reached 3.1 in August, compared to an average of 2.3 candidates over the course of the year, a recent market survey was able to reveal.
Close to 20 percent of workforces could be made up of temporary workers by 2022, research report suggests
Employees from all over the world expect that office environments are likely to change considerably over the next 8 years, with only a handful expecting or looking forward to work in a traditional nine-to-five office environment, a recent report drawn up by PwC was able to
Unique skills can help contracts earn more than £1,500 per day, research reveals
Contractors who posses unique skills that are highly thought after in particular industry segments could earn up to £1,500 per day for their services, research conducted by contractor support providers Von Essen was able to r
Shift workers face increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, research reveals
Employees working shifts and rotating hours, such as hospital staff and highways operatives, have a greater threat of contracting type 2 diabetes due to possible hormonal imbalances, sleep deprivation and unusual eating times, a study published in Occupational and Environmental Medicine su