By Eminence on May 3, 2019
As the importance of workplace wellbeing increases, it’s natural to evaluate your current employment situation and wonder if it might be time for a change or an alternative way of working to make your experience at work a more positive one.
Some will look back on the last few months and …
By Eminence on April 8, 2019
Employees who get a better quality of sleep each night are happier in their job and more positive when they wake, a new survey from Time4Sleep has revealed.
Respondents were asked to rate their quality of sleep, career satisfaction and outlook on life, revealing a link between job contentedness and good …
Majority of UK recruiters say an ‘opportunity divide’ still exists in the jobs market despite skills shortages
By Eminence on February 28, 2019
The majority (59 per cent) of UK recruiters say there is an “opportunity divide” between affluent talent and less privileged talent, according to a survey of more than 2,000 global recruitment professionals by Bullhorn, the cloud computing company that helps staffing and recruiting organisations transform their businesses.
This “opportunity divide” further …
By Eminence on February 8, 2019
Whether your organisation suffers from a higher than usual turnover or not, it benefits organisation to look to slow the rate of unwanted people turnover. In the war for talent, it pays significant dividends to retain good people.
Staff turnover is natural, however high, or increasing rates of turnover can be …
8 out of 10 UK workers rate access to personal development above a salary increase but expect employers to foot the bill
By Eminence on January 18, 2019
Employers have been emphasising the value of a‘learning culture’ in their organisations and encouraging workers to commit to training and development programmes for many years. Now, the penny seems to have finally dropped, with a ‘growth learning mindset’ well embedded across all segments of the country’s workforce, according to new …