Seven in ten UK employees (70 percent) say that they take less than an hour for lunch, and the average lunch break across the UK lasts just 31 minutes, according to a new survey from Glassdoor.
British workers start worrying about the week ahead on Sunday afternoon – as new research reveals two in three suffer from anxiety dubbed the “Sunday night fear”
Terms like ‘ghosting’ and ‘catfishing’ are frequently being used in the hunt for jobs, new research shows.
New research has found many people in the UK haven’t even started thinking about saving for when they stop working.
Differences in reporting on ethnicity pay must be recognised to repeat gender pay success, says Institute of Employment Studies (IES).
A new study finds that festive seasonal workplace décor can boost wellbeing for both employees and customers
A new survey conducted by CV Library reveals the importance of keeping your workers happy and which UK cities have the higher proportion of unhappy workers
A new study has found that over seven in ten UK employees want their employers to do more to motivate them.
Is ethnicity pay gap reporting really that simple? Find out what to expect after the recent Government consultation