CPH Consulting , the specialist insourced recruitment solutions provider, is sponsoring the 2009 Employment Survey which is being compiled by EEF, the Manufacturers’ Organisation.
The initial survey questionnaire, which w More...02 June 2009 12:07
The Work Foundation has launched an 18-month research programme to examine the future of the HR profession. The Future of HR Programme launches at a time when many practitioners face the difficulty of cutting costs and staff while keeping motivation More...03 April 2009 08:00
Staff-on-staff violence at the NHS is a "relatively small story" that must be read in the context of wider improvements across hospitals, the NHS director general of workforce has insisted. A staff survey of 160,000 workers, published yesterday, rev More...26 March 2009 10:00
Madgex is proud to announce that it has been successful in achieving a place in the prestigious Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work for 2009 list.
Ranked 43rd out of the whole of the UK, the job board software provider based in Brigh More...16 March 2009 14:06
The number of new armed forces recruits who felt they had been badly or unfairly treated has jumped by a third, official figures have revealed. The latest Armed Forces Recruit Trainee Survey showed a rise in recruits who felt they had been badly or More...06 November 2008 16:04
NHS HR chiefs are optimistic about the year ahead, with nearly half claiming that staff morale has improved over the past 12 months, according to an internal poll.
Nearly half (45%) of 139 HR directors polled prior to the NHS Employers annual confe More...06 November 2008 09:00
TUC chief Brendan Barber has warned employers there is "no room for complacency" after research showed that one in four employees was dissatisfied at work. Speaking exclusively to Personnel Today, Barber said that while UK workplaces were not a "seet More...04 September 2008 10:21
Midwives are struggling to deal with the UK's rising population, and more than half have considered resigning, a survey has found.
The UK-wide poll , conducted by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), found that almost one third (31%) of midwives ha More...12 August 2008 00:23
This award aimed to attract entries from high-performing organisations that unlock discretionary effort from their staff through effective employee engagement. Entrants were able to identify what it is about the organisation that makes people love to wo More...08 August 2008 00:00
Punch Taverns, Britain’s biggest pub company, has made employee-driven improvements after surveying around 3,000 head office & field support staff and the licensees of its managed pubs.
Employee engagement and retention specialist TalentDrain More...28 July 2008 14:56
Just under half of the UK's Armed Forces personnel are on the verge of quitting, a comprehensive staff survey has revealed. The Ministry of Defence asked thousands of service personnel whether they agreed with the statement: 'I regularly feel like le More...10 July 2008 10:32
HR directors and managers working in the NHS should find their jobs that bit easier following an organisation-wide employee opinion survey .
The What Matters to Staff in the NHS study, made up of more than 9,000 questionnaire responses and More...20 June 2008 16:38
The equalities watchdog was moved to defend itself after a damning survey revealed just 8% of workers would recommend it as a good place to work.
A union survey of half the workforce at the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), seen by Per More...20 June 2008 09:00
Sirota Survey Intelligence , specialists in attitude research, has introduced Maestro, a new generation of survey reporting and action tools for managers who receive employee survey results for their units.
“Maestro offers simple, action-ori More...12 June 2008 16:01
Pay is less important than relationships with colleagues and type of work in retaining staff, according to research released today.
The City & Guilds Happiness Index found that while 57% stayed with their current employer because of an int More...04 June 2008 14:09
Scott Wilson, the international professional services consultancy, has cut its attrition rate by four per cent after collecting exit data via an anonymous questionnaire and running a global employee engagement survey.
The questionnaire and the More...21 May 2008 09:28
I joined Nottingham law firm Berryman about five years ago to set up the HR and management development consultancy arm. One of the most rewarding jobs I've done here was when a client wanted to go through a major culture change. We began by looki More...21 April 2008 14:46
UK managers trail behind their global counterparts when it comes to motivating their employees , new research has found. A survey of 7,000 professionals worldwide, conducted by HR consultancy BlessingWhite, found that nearly one-quarter of UK-ba More...09 April 2008 13:57
NHS staff have reported improvements in managerial support and high levels of job satisfaction and training opportunities. The Healthcare Commission's annual survey received responses from 156,000 NHS workers. The survey showed levels of staff t More...09 April 2008 10:22
HR research consultants Quantify have launched an Employee Satisfaction Survey Research Kit, containing everything needed to develop, administer and report an employee survey in-house. “Many people have praised our website and our free guide More...03 April 2008 15:13