Becky Frith

A third of employees would prefer flexible working over a pay rise

A third (34%) of employees would prefer a more flexible approach to working hours than a 3% pay rise

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Employees not disclosing mental health conditions

Concerns surrounding privacy are a key reason people hide their condition

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Increasing training could 'boost GDP by £163 billion'

Increasing training in professional and technical skills by 10% could boost UK GDP by £163 billion by 2025

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Two-thirds of employers have received no Fit for Work info

More than two in three (68%) employers said they had not received any official communications regarding the Fit for Work service

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Pay settlements have 'risen over course of 2015'

Pay settlements for employees continuously in work have risen over the course of 2015

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Royal Dutch Shell plans 2,800 job cuts

Royal Dutch Shell plans to cut about 2,800 jobs after its takeover of BG Group is completed in 2016

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Advancement of women risks 'stalling'

In 10 years, women who work in professional and more senior positions will make up 37% of those ranks, exactly the same as in 2015

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Free ebook: The business of wellbeing

Download HR magazine's free ebook to discover how to build a business case for employee wellbeing

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Life expectancy to rise to 100

As life expectancy continues to rise the impact on employers is likely to be significant

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Nearly a fifth say distractions improve productivity

Managers were most likely to admit spending time at the water cooler or in the break room

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Employers doubling number of bonuses

An annual study of 2,000 UK workplaces reveals a 112% increase in the number of employees due to receive a bonus

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Two-fifths say businesses are behaving unethically

Corporate tax avoidance is the main ethical concern, followed by levels of executive pay

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