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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)...
Resourcing
The shared path
The importance of a strong company journey
HR Management
Recruitment Campaigns
Samsung 'hiring like crazy'
A Senior VP at Samsung has said that he is currently “hiring like crazy” and hinted that more is to come...read more ›
Resourcing
Fracking go-ahead could lead to jobs boom
The Government’s decision to open up large parts of the UK to shale gas extraction, or ‘fracking’, could lead to thousands of jobs being created...read more ›
Employee Relations
Employment tribunal fees deter 7 in 10 cases
Employees with legitimate grievances against their employers are deterred from pursuing cases by the new fee system...read more ›
Resourcing
Employer branding attracting 'more, not better' candidates
Companies investing in employer branding aren’t attracting better candidates – just higher numbers of average ones, according to new research...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Financial downturn saw fitness boost for staff
Negative reports pertaining to the health of the nation’s workforce are misleading and only show a fraction of the bigger picture...read more ›
HR Management
25% pull sickie after holiday
  Up to one in four staff are skiving off work with a fake sick day on their first day back from holiday, a new survey has revealed...read more ›
Diversity
FA Council “overwhelmingly male and white”
  FA Chairman Greg Dyke has called the governing body’s organisation “overwhelmingly male and white” warning it could become irrelevant if the current trend continues...read more ›
HR Management
Half of working mothers face discrimination at work
  Half of working mothers and more than 25% of fathers have faced discrimination during pregnancy, parental leave or on their return to work...read more ›
People Moves
Five minutes with: TrustFord's HR Director
Sharon Ashcroft, HR Director of TrustFord explains the HR challenges and opportunities that come with a rebrand...read more ›
Resourcing
Bizarre job ad warns it's a 'grave mistake' to apply
“An existing employee has turned traitor and decided to leave us for pastures new, (or so he thinks - put it this way, we will have a nice new concrete patio behind the office in a few weeks and he may mysteriously never be seen again)...read more ›
HR News
Significantly increased risk of diabetes for shift workers
  Shift workers face an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes according to a study published in Occupational and Environmental Medicine...read more ›
Resourcing
All-women shortlists 'illegal'
All-women shortlists aimed at getting more women on the boards of large companies have been ruled illegal by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)...read more ›
People Moves
eBay appoint Director of Learning and Organisational Development
  Online auction giant eBay have appointed a new Director of Learning and Organisational Development...read more ›
People Moves
YHA appoints new People Director
Youth Hostels Association (YHA) has strengthened its executive board with the appointment of its new People Director...read more ›
People Moves
Vodafone announce senior HR Business Partner
  Vodafone have announced the appointment of a senior HR Business Partner...read more ›
People Moves
Bright Horizons appoints Director of Human Resources
  Childcare company, Bright Horizons UK, has announced the appointment of a new Director of Human Resources...read more ›
HR Management
Pinterest appoints Unilever marketer to attract more men
Pinterest has appointed Unilever marketer David Rubin to attract more men to the social scrapbook site...read more ›
Diversity
Twitter diversity figures follow suit
Internet giant Twitter has released its diversity figures, following growing public pressure...read more ›
Employment Law & Risk
Apple faces allegations of unpaid wages
Allegations of unpaid wages and workers being denied breaks has led to Apple facing a class action lawsuit in California...read more ›
Resourcing
Employers 'twice as confident' about the economy
Employers are twice as confident about the economy as they were this time last year and many intend to take on more staff in the coming months...read more ›
Employment Law & Risk
BBC Scotland staff 'must phone England' to open blinds
Opening the office blinds is no simple task for BBC staff in Scotland, who are required to call an office 307 miles away in England for permission to carry out such a task...read more ›
Resourcing
60% fail to meet job description in first two years of employment
60% of workers fail to meet job requirements within the first two years of employment according to new research...read more ›
Diversity
Female leaders 'more likely to support and nurture talent'
Masculine leadership models need to be challenged to get the most out of the skills female leaders can bring to the boardroom...read more ›
Diversity
Women in “girly” jobs are still paid less than their male peers
It’s 2014 and as far as gender equality at work is concerned, all is not well...read more ›
Diversity
Less than 1 in 10 construction workers are women
The number of women working as bricklayers, roofers and glaziers is so low it’s unmeasurable, according to the Office of National Statistics...read more ›
HR Management
Key to HR 'galvanising and aligning people and teams'
Mark Norton, Vice President and Head of HR EMEA at Symantec talks exclusively to HR Grapevine about the transition from Military Personnel to HR Professional...read more ›
Employment Law & Risk
Tesco worker faces the sack after getting his haircut
  A Genetics student claims that he faces losing his part-time job with supermarket giant, Tesco after management at the store took a dislike to his new haircut...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Top 25 work-from-home companies revealed
The 25 companies with most work-from-home opportunities have been revealed...read more ›
HR Management
Top 10 least stressful jobs revealed
  Although more than half of Britain’s workforce say their job makes them feel constantly stressed, jobs website CareerCast has released a list of ten professions which are inherently less stressful than others...read more ›
Employment Law & Risk
Warship cleaner sacked for 'fabricating' imprisonment story
A cleaner working on board a Royal Navy ship has been sacked after his claims of being “tied up and imprisoned” were dismissed as a “fabricated story”...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Almost a quarter of employers could not fill graduate positions
Nearly a quarter of UK employers have failed to fill graduate vacancies in the last year with employers unable to find candidates with the correct knowledge, skills and attitude...read more ›
Employee Relations
3-day work week will 'increase productivity' says Telecoms tycoon
A three day working week is the key to productivity, according to Mexican telecoms tycoon Carlos Slim...read more ›
Pensions
Pension reform will 'give people choice'
The Government has announced that millions of savers will receive free independent advice when pension reforms give them complete access to their pension pot...read more ›
HR Management
Tesco CEO replaced by Unilever's Lewis after poor sales
For the first time in its history supermarket giant Tesco has appointed someone from outside the company to the position of Chief Executive Officer...read more ›
HR Management
UK haemorrhaging billions due to an unhealthy workforce
  With a plethora of health and fitness mediums at our fingertips, the nation should surely be in better physical shape today than at any other time in our history...read more ›
Diversity
#LikeAGirl video has 'bigger impact than any diversity programme'
The recent #LikeAGirl viral video has had a “bigger impact than any organisational inclusion and diversity programme,” according to the Group HR Director of Computacenter...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Co-op faces backlash over former CEO remuneration
The former Chief Executive of the Co-Operative Group, Euan Sutherland, will receive a £1million payoff, despite leaving the role after just ten months...read more ›
HR Management
  It has been a rambunctiously Mercury rising, hot and humid week...read more ›
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