Just before Christmas, the ONS published figures showing that employment among 16 to 24 year olds is at a record new low, with more than half a million now facing joblessness due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Small and medium businesses face critical skills gaps that could hamper their competitiveness and future growth.
It has been a year of business turmoil for many, but that doesn’t mean we all have to hit the brakes on our strategic plans.
Andy Haldane is the Bank of England’s chief economist. In a recent speech he gave online to the Engaging Business Summit, he stated correctly that the pandemic had “re-shaped our working lives, our economic contributions and our well-being”.
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.
Chris Ibbitson, Chief Technologist at Hewlett Packard Enterprise shares his insights into the changing office culture and the role flexibility plays in enabling businesses to meet any eventualities.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent events of 2020 have had a significant impact, with changes to our daily lives happening quickly and often with little or no warning.
Sometimes the ugly face of racism shows itself in the workplace. When this happens the damage is both personal and undermines the business itself.
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.
It’s a well-known fact that the first lockdown in March had a detrimental impact on mental health and wellbeing.