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25 Jan 2007
The challenge of a major promotion is almost as stressful as a divorce, according to research.
Almost 60% of the...
19 Jul 2006
Full benefits package would differentiate firms from competitors.
16 May 2006
Staff retention is the key as pay rises for IT staff in the public sector stay ahead of the market.
15 Aug 2005
One in three Scots employees would take a salary cut to reduce their working hours, according to new research
17 May 2005
The head of HR in the NHS has admitted the health service will miss its September target for having all...
4 May 2005
A TUC report has rubbished claims that there is little difference between the main political parties by highlighting the positive benefits for women if the Labour Party were to win the general election.
13 Apr 2005
Business consultants urge employers and employees to examine potential pitfalls of salary sacrifice schemes.
6 Apr 2005
Marketing and media staff keep one eye on the door as work-life balance suffers.
22 Feb 2005
As the snow falls so do pay levels for most employees as bosses refuse to compensate for bad weather.
9 Feb 2005
The UK could be losing its engineers to continental companies which are offering better salaries and working conditions, according to the latest findings of an Institution of Mechancial Engineers survey.
20 Oct 2004
Flexible reward is a business need and no longer a ‘nice-to-have’, according to consultancy Watson Wyatt. Morag Prosser, a senior...
16 Mar 2004
A survey of HR across Europe reveals that most countries are struggling to come to terms with the European legislation mountain. Surprisingly, reports Michael Millar the UK is ahead of the pack in adapting to change