Nadia Williams

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Employers take regulatory stance on dress codes

25 Nov 2009

Half of all employers with a dress-code policy link it to the actual employment contract, according to research published by...

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Private sector organisations predict 2% pay rise

12 Nov 2009

Private sector organisations predict a median pay rise of 2% in the year September 2009 to August 2010, according to...

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Performance-related pay hit during recession

28 Oct 2009

The recession has had an impact on performance-related pay (PRP) schemes for more than four-fifths of employers, according to research...

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Recession redundancies vastly underestimated by employers

20 Oct 2009

Almost half of employers vastly underestimated the number of redundancies they would be forced to make in 2009, according to...

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Housing association staff pay continues to rise

12 Oct 2009

Basic pay for housing association employees increased by a median of 3.8% in the 12 months to July 2009, according...

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Psychometric testing increasingly used in pre-employment screening

8 Oct 2009

Pyschometric testing is on the increase, according to findings from research by Personnel Today’s paid-for sister service XpertHR.The survey of 90...

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Health-related benefits provision is in decline

15 Sep 2009

The provision of health-related benefits has taken a hit during the recession as employers continue to cut costs, according to...

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Online recruitment tops employers’ list for filling jobs

7 Sep 2009

Fifteen years after online recruitment first hit our computer screens, corporate websites have become the recruitment method of choice, according...

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Staff benefits and allowances 2009: childcare vouchers top the list

1 Sep 2009

Childcare vouchers are the most commonly offered benefit by employers, according to research from Personnel Today‘s paid-for sister service XpertHR.The...

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Public sector bodies most likely to tackle diversity

18 Aug 2009

Public sector bodies are the most likely organisations to tackle diversity, according to research from Personnel Today‘s sister publication IRS...

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Phased return-to-work is most effective way to manage long-term sickness absence

3 Aug 2009

Implementing a phased return to work is the most effective way to manage long-term sickness absence, according to a survey...

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Flexible working options are on the increase

1 Jul 2009

Flexible working provision is on the increase, according to recent research by Personnel Today’s sister publication IRS Employment Review. The...

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‘Survivor syndrome’ among staff is hindering employers

10 Jun 2009

‘Survivor syndrome’ – which describes the physical and psychological impact of redundancies on the remaining staff who didn’t lose their jobs –...

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UK labour turnover rates and costs in 2008

1 Jun 2009

One in 10 UK employees resigned from their job in 2008, according to the median labour turnover rate in recent...

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UK absence rates and costs in 2008 revealed

27 May 2009

The average UK absence rate in 2008 equated to 8.1 days per employee, with an average cost of £601 per...

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