Becky Frith

Lack of diversity in the creative industries limiting organisations’ growth

Lack of diversity in the creative industries is limiting organisations’ growth, according to a report by the Creative Industries Federation in partnership with MOBO

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Restriction on Tier 2 visas would seriously impact business

Organisations have submitted evidence for a Migration Advisory Committee review on Tier 2 immigration

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Apprenticeship levy divides opinion

The planned apprenticeship levy has divided opinion, according to a survey of large employers by the CIPD

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Last chance to enter our Reclaim Your Time survey

Win a Linx 1010 32GB Windows 10 tablet by completing the Reclaim Your Time survey

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Age-related bias still unmonitored in recruitment

Mercer research has found employers are not keeping on top of potential age discrimination in hiring

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National minimum wage rises to £6.70

The national minimum wage rate is now £6.70 for workers aged 21 and over

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Leadership development 'disconnected' from business needs

Only 62% of organisations have a defined leadership strategy, according to research from consultancy Mercer

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Reporting will help to close the gender pay gap

BITC has identified three key factors that contribute to the gender pay gap

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Half of highly engaged employees take part in personal tasks at work

Highly engaged staff spend more time at work on personal tasks than staff with low engagement levels, according to incentive and reward specialists Red Letter Days for Business.

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The UK's most flexible and family-friendly employers revealed

The UK’s most flexible and family-friendly employers have been revealed by charity Working Families

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Bad leadership costing business £39 billion a year

Bad leadership is costing UK businesses £39 billion a year, according to research by Investors in People (IIP) and economic analysis consultancy TBR

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Businesses must adapt to new economic situation

Organisations could face job cuts when they implement the national living wage if they do not adapt

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