The UK Armed Forces has the 'X factor' according to an internal attitude survey, which found high levels of job satisfaction among Army personnel. The survey, conducted by the Ministry of Defence as part of its commitment to openness, found t More...03 May 2007 07:59
Three in 10 people are unhappy working in HR, according to a Personnel Today poll. Ninety-three of the 305 respondents to the Barometer question posed in the 17 April issue said they were unhappy in the profession. This backs up the findings o More...27 April 2007 08:00
Most workers enjoy business travelling despite spending more time away from home, new research has revealed. A Barclaycard Business Travel Survey shows that one in seven employees spends between five and 10 nights away from home every month, but al More...25 April 2007 10:16
UK businesses face huge staff turnover problems as links between employees and employers break down, a report has revealed. The report, Corporate Warming, by Adecco and the Institute of Employment Studies has found that 45% of employees will leav More...24 April 2007 10:50
Businesses that fail to think about their employees' work environment are risking the wellbeing of their staff, according to the results of a survey .
An overwhelming 92% of 342 private sector senior HR professionals questioned believed the ph More...23 April 2007 11:20
UK workers would welcome their employers being more environmentally responsible and providing them with more 'green' benefits, a survey has found. Of 1,000 employees surveyed by HR consultancy Ceridian , 69% said was important their employer was env More...23 April 2007 11:00
The biggest staff survey in the world reveals the ups and downs of working life in the NHS. More...17 April 2007 08:00
Many employers regularly survey staff on how happy they are at work, but a smaller number actually make the link between engagement and business performance. Kate Hilpern spoke to four companies about how they make the connection. Royal Bank of More...20 March 2007 06:00
One of the most common ways to measure employee engagement is through a satisfaction survey. Here's how to get the best out of your investment. More...06 February 2007 08:00
More than half of British workers do not feel fulfilled in their jobs, a study of 1,000 employees has revealed. The survey by volunteering organisation Global Vision International (GVI) found that 53% of people feel unfulfilled in the workplace. More...05 January 2007 08:07
Money is far from the most important factor in choosing a job for UK workers, according to two surveys published this week. Recruitment specialist Vedior found that 26% of people in the UK quit their last job because they couldn't get on with their More...20 December 2006 08:03
Six in 10 employees believe they need to leave their current companies to further their careers, research has found.
A YouGov survey of 1,300 workers discovered that workers feel neglected when it comes to internal promotions.
More than one-third More...14 December 2006 11:20
Employee engagement scores leapt up by nearly 20% after HR at Barclaycard started a programme to develop talent across the business.
Jennifer Morris, former head of organisational development for Barclaycard , said it was too easy for firms to focu More...03 November 2006 15:39
Richard Branson is the person most people would like to have as their manager, while Cherie Blair is the least favourite, according to a poll of UK workers
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Apparently nearly half of workers do just that to while away the time in boring meetings More...27 July 2006 12:21
Good news for HR as it gets labelled one of five least boring job options for graduates. More...27 July 2006 10:09
Rise in workplace liaisons no longer a danger...
Workplace romances are on the increase - and employers are increasingly likely to turn a blind eye to behaviour that would once have been reprimanded, according to research by Personnel Today's More...25 July 2006 00:00
Shop workers union backs campaign to end abuse of shop workers
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A survey reveals that senior civil servants think their leaders are not up to scratch in most Whitehall departments. More...20 June 2006 08:00
Burger giant turns 'McJob' to its own advantage in ad campaign at Picadilly Circus. More...08 June 2006 08:47