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UK executive search industry Net Fee Income up for third consecutive year
Activity in the UK executive search industry is continuing to rise for a third year according to the latest annual report from Executive Grapevine (EG)...
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Learning & Development
Microsoft study claims bosses think typing speed 'crucial'
The rise of computers in the workplace means that a significant number of bosses think that typing is crucial to success – but less than half of Brits can hit the 50 words per minute (wpm) more ›
HR Management
Malaysia Airlines cuts 30% of workforce in recovery bid
After suffering two disasters this year Malaysia Airlines is to cut 6,000 staff as part of a plan to return to profitability by more ›
Mary Beard offers job reference to Twitter troll
Cambridge Classics Professor, Mary Beard has offered an olive branch to one of her Twitter trolls, by taking the unusual step of offering him a job more ›
The challenges of F1 recruiting
Fast cars, global travel, iconic sporting venues, nail biting competition and the thrill of victory – who wouldn't want the opportunity to work as a Formula One engineer?  If you're not an avid fan of the sport, then it’s often easy to overlook the individual elements, processes and most importantly the people, it takes to build a successful race more ›
Top UK jobs are held by 'cosy club' elitists
Top roles within the UK’s key institutions are dominated by those who have been privately educated and as such, do not represent the public they serve; that’s according to the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission more ›
Employment Law & Risk
HR Manager sued for £50,000 by hotel boss
A Kensington hotel boss is suing the HR manager of The Westbury Hotel for up to £50,000 over claims the executive branded him a “fraudster” more ›
HR Management
Flexible working gives businesses “significant competitive edge”
Business owners and senior managers increasingly believe that offering flexible working options to staff is an effective method of improving business more ›
Number of nurses from EU on rise
The amount of nurses from Europe being employed by the NHS is soaring, according to new more ›
HR Management
Rupert Murdoch's 'feudal' management blamed for CEO rift
A former CEO of News Corp has blamed the multinational mass media corporation’s ‘outdated management systems’ for forcing him out of the more ›
Employee Relations
Workers happier with robot bosses
Employees are more likely to prefer taking orders from robots rather than their colleagues, according to research just more ›
HR Management
Females falter in confidence unless fully qualified
Females are less likely to apply for jobs, promotions or challenging projects if they don’t feel they are fully qualified, but what can be done to solve this? Hewlett Packard discovered that women would only apply for a promotion if they were 100% qualified for the job – while men would apply if they only had 60% of the job more ›
Safety contractor buries million-dollar helicopters in foam
A contract worker at an American army accidently buried millions of dollars’ worth of equipment in foam when he set off a fire suppression more ›
Employee Relations
Bona fide benefits of company canines
A cleaning firm is encouraging other companies to allow staff to take their dogs to work with more ›
HR Management
Glassdoor in the UK will have a 'huge' impact on career
The presence of career and salary comparison website, Glassdoor, in the UK is set to radically change the way careers are more ›
Advertised salaries rise for first time since jobs crisis
Advertised UK salaries have shown the first year-on-year increase since the financial crisis, according to the jobs search engine more ›
Free bus for job-seeking homeless
A bus operator in Kent is providing free transport to and from job interviews for homeless people within the more ›
Two thirds of graduates unhappy in first job
Two out of three graduates regret accepting job offers immediately, according to a new report by member-based advisory company more ›
Employee Relations
ITV writers “toil under gruelling conditions”
ITV Studios have been accused of mistreating the writers and producers working on its more ›
1 in 8 young people not in education, employment or training
More than one in eight of all young people in the UK find themselves out of education, employment or more ›
HR Management
VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: BP's Global VP of HR, Kerry Dryburgh, talks to HR Grapevine
HR Grapevine's Editor, Calum Di Lieto, interviews Kerry Dryburgh, BP's Global VP of HR for Corporate Business Activities & Functions about building more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
'Get In, Go Far' gives apprentices the respect they deserve
A new Government campaign aims to give apprenticeships the credit they deserve – by placing them on equal footing with university more ›
Employee Relations
Stand at your desk to reduce risk of heart attacks, says health expert
Standing at work could help lower obesity levels and improve employees general health, according to a public health more ›
HR Management
London tube staff strike due to lack of 'respect and dignity'
Tube drivers in London have begun a 24-hour strike because of the lack of “respect and dignity” they feel, according to the train driver union, more ›
People Moves
Direct Line appoints former ITV Group HR Director
The insurance company has appointed a new HR Director to start in September more ›
HR Management
Marco Pierre White gastro-pub sold after 'mass walk-out' of staff
Celebrity chef, Marco Pierre White has sold his ‘country inn’ restaurant, the Pear Tree in Whitley, amid claims that staff walked out en masse due to his ‘bossy’ management more ›
HR Management
Gender gap figures 'paint a false picture of discrimination'
In response to yesterday's figures from the Chartered Management Institute – which revealed that female managers would have to work 14 years longer than their male counterparts to achieve the same career earnings – the CEO of De Poel, who place 40,000 workers a week at blue-chip companies, has claimed the figures paint a false picture of discrimination, not backed by more ›
People Moves
Capgemini appoints Global Head of Executive Recruitment
The consulting, technology and outsourcing services provider has appointed a new Global Head of Executive Recruitment – Global more ›
TV stars' open letter demanding more diversity
The UK television industry is being urged to diversify by celebrities such as Idris Elba, Homeland star David Harewood and comics Lenny Henry and Harry more ›
Employee Relations
Employee Facebook monitoring set to rise
Online monitoring in the office will rise over the next decade as the presence of Generation Y more ›
Compensation & Benefits
'Mid-life pay crisis' for female managers
Women over 40 are earning more than a third less than men according to a new salary more ›
Half of jobs are never advertised
Half of all available jobs are never publicly advertised, according to job match site more ›
Businesses wasting time and money on face-to-face interviews
Businesses could be wasting time and money on unnecessary face-to-face interviews that could be conducted by more ›
Graduate lands interview with Waterloo rush hour sign
A graduate who held up a sign advertising himself during morning rush hour in Waterloo landed himself an interview that more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Average Brit needs holiday every 56 days or productivity drops
The average Briton needs a holiday every 56 days but most only take time off twice a year, according to a new more ›
HR Management
EXCLUSIVE: Facebook's Global Head of Diversity shares inclusion plans
Facebook hopes to crowd source solutions to Silicon Valley’s diversity problems in order to create a more inclusive tech sector according to the social media giant’s Global Head of more ›
Ex-lorry driver lands NASA role
A former lorry driver from Northern Ireland has landed a dream job with more ›
Employment Law & Risk
M&S worker given suspended sentence after spending £11,000 of company money
A Marks and Spencer employee has been given a 12 months suspended sentence for two years after spending more than £11,000 of company more ›
HR Management
Hundreds of police investigated over Facebook and Twitter breaches
Inappropriate behaviour by police on social media has led to hundreds of police being investigated - with nearly one in ten (nine per cent) leading to dismissal, resignation or more ›
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