Every month, the CV-Library team look at the latest data to analyse business trends and offer useful insights on the state of the UK job market.
2020 has affected all of us in various ways. With Christmas just around the corner, you have the opportunity to bring some joy, lift the spirits of your employees, and show appreciation for their work.
It’s a well-known fact that the first lockdown in March had a detrimental impact on mental health and wellbeing.
The term ‘gig economy’ was coined during the financial crash of the late noughties as the unemployed turned to part-time and freelance jobs to make ends meet.
How will we remember a year that many would like to forget? Despite the evident negativity that many will associate with 2020, the year will undoubtedly be seen in history as one of the more notable of the current era.
I’m not sure how you would rate yourself as a CEO. I remember hearing that if asked, “how well do you rate your driving skills”, 90% of us would put ourselves in the top 10%.
Everybody wants to start the working day on a good note. But at a time when bad news seems to come in droves, finding that ray of positivity can prove tricky.
Morten Petersen, CEO and Co-Founder of Worksome, looks at the fundamental transformations that the UK has recently seen in the world of work.
Christmas is traditionally a key time of the year to motivate employees with rewards and incentives. However, this year we are all dealing with a completely different set of circumstances.
COVID-19 has had a catastrophic effect on our economy that no one could have anticipated, with concerns of a “double dip recession” in Q4 to look forward to and an 11% annual decline in UK GDP.