Research from Indeed suggests that power is starting to shift from employers to employees, with half of workers on a salary of £60,000 - £70,000 admitting they look for a new job in their first month of employment
Research shows that natural light has a positive impact on the performance and wellbeing of employees
Over half of UK workers have not participated in any charity fundraising activities with their company in the past year, according to research by Give as you Live
An engaging culture can make all the difference when trying to motivate and retain staff. But does it become harder to maintain a close-knit culture as an enterprise grows?
With the cost of childcare soaring, more SMEs are introducing family-friendly policies to attract and retain the talent of working parents
British employees feel that flexible working is not being implemented enough to increase productivity
While many prefer working for an SME to a large multinational, being part of a smaller team can mean restricted career development. How can managers meet the aspirations of staff when job opportunities may be limited?
Now that almost every employee in the UK has a right to request flexible working hours, should startups be fearing the worst? The answer, it seems, is absolutely not