University ‘a gamble’ for many youngsters
Posted on 05/02/2016
University is fast becoming a gamble for many young people, according to new findings. A report by City and Guilds has warned that many youngsters do not understand the types of jobs available across the UK and are not making informed choices when it comes to the degrees they take up.
How employers should approach the winter blues
Posted on 02/02/2016
Most of us are familiar with the ‘winter blues’, especially as it gets to that time of year when the sun is no longer shining, and we have to return back to the daily grind after a short oasis in the form of annual leave.
Gender can influence career success
Posted on 01/02/2016
Gender is one of the most influential factors in career success, according to new findings. Research published by recruitment firm Reed revealed that almost half (48 per cent) of women want to have reached career success before the age of 40.
Recognition ‘boosts staff retention’
Posted on 29/01/2016
Recognition is one of the keys to staff retention, according to new findings. Research published by P&MM, a performance improvement agency, revealed that employers could improve the length of service from staff members by four years simply by making efforts to recognise the achievements of their workforce.