More than a third (36%) of HR Directors (HRDs) believe their organisation’s senior leadership team is not doing enough to address the potential business impact of inaccurate, late and non-compliant payroll practices. According to the survey of 250 HRDs at large UK companies, conducted by Zellis, almost all (94%) said that their organisation’s decision makers […]
How is the 80% cost of employment calculated? Is this gross/net pay? It is gross pay and businesses “will receive a grant from HMRC to cover the lower of 80% of an employee’s regular wage or £2,500 per month, plus the associated Employer National Insurance contributions and minimum automatic enrolment employer pension contributions on that subsidised […]
By Michael Dehoyos, writer and editor at PhD Kingdom and Academic brits. To be a successful HR manager, you need a number of different skills so that you can undertake a huge variety of roles and motivate staff to be their best. In this article, we’re going to look at the top 10 qualities of a […]
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.
Change is occurring at 300 times the scale seen during the Industrial Revolution, says Jonathan Richards. How can businesses adapt?
From 2014 to 2015, around 440,000 people in the UK experienced work-related stress. That equates to 40% of all work-related illness, according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). In fact, the World Health Organization predicts that stress and depression will become the second leading cause of worldwide disability, by 2020. What is stress? The […]