Beckett Frith

Staff switch jobs for 10% rise

Employers underestimate the number of their employees who are open to new positions


Fathers twice as likely to be promoted as mothers

Women were more likely to take a part-time role or stay in the same position they had before giving birth


Most office workers unafraid of AI

Most office workers view technology in the workplace as a force for good


Europe's analytics capabilities lag behind rest of world

Just a quarter (24%) of practitioners from Europe indicated they could show ROI for their workforce analytics projects


UK businesses failing to value veterans

Many people believe ex-servicemen and -women will struggle to adapt to civilian working lives


HR future leader of the month: Liz Laughton

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the function about what they think will shape it


Arianna Huffington: Take better care of yourself than your smartphone

Huffington herself has been a victim of work-induced burnout


External employer branding must reflect internal culture

Large companies must now recruit differently, ensuring their external image matches the internal reality


Turnover rate reaches new high

Employee resignations have reached a five-year high at 15.5%, according to research from XpertHR


Cyber crime threat to pensions

Pensions data can be obtained by determined hackers


HR must understand the business, says BBC group HRD

Valerie Hughes-D'Aeth, group HR director? at the BBC, explains HR's critical role in an organisation


Gig economy regulations must not harm UK economy

Addressing the PLSA annual conference, Matthew Taylor highlighted the positives of the British economy