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It’s a phrase that is often used, 90 per cent of those companies won’t make it beyond their fifth birthdays. Johnathan Richards, CEO and Founder of breatheHR says that “If a company doesn’t reach its fifth birthday, it is often due to a failure of long-term planning: including ensuring that the right skills and the right people are in […]
UK businesses are failing to support a culture of innovation despite employees believing that their companies would benefit from fresh ideas and innovative ways of working, new research shows.
What is one of the most effective ways to improve your business’ bottom line? Increasing productivity, explains Zulfah Abrahams from Inspiring Interns.
True or false: the most important part of running a business is how we treat our customers. False, says Kate Jones from Inspiring Interns.
Understanding and distinguishing between the demographic cohorts from Baby Boomers through to Generation X and Generation Y has long been a priority for employers and the wider professional landscape alike – but rather less is known about the latest arrivals, says Louisa Hogarty, Group HR Director, Noble Foods Group.
No less than 70 per cent of UK employees are open to leaving their job, compared to 60 per cent in Europe. UK employees need smallest salary increase to shift jobs, finds new research.
New research into the onboarding process has uncovered an astounding insight into the worst employee experiences from across the globe.
Some employers fear giving their staff a voice – hoping instead they’ll avoid any issues and grievances by burying their heads in the sand, or worse, allowing a culture of fear to take hold where staff are anxious about speaking up.
Research from Canonical shows businesses are battling with drought in the “Internet of Talent” pool
Research by the GMB Union has found that up to 10 million Britons are currently working in insecure employment. Peninsula Employment Law and HR Director Alan Price, delves further.
Gen Z can’t be ignored or put off. Not if you’re looking to buy from, sell to, or hire anyone under twenty-five in the next fifteen years, says Aléz Odendaal from Inspiring Interns.