Bek Frith

Businesses unprepared for cyber attacks

More than seven in 10 (71%) businesses don't have policies to protect themselves in case of a cyber attack


Managers a leading cause of workplace stress

Younger workers are more likely to feel stressed because of management's behaviour


School students want more employment assistance

Only 21% of students said they felt supported by their school or college to investigate apprenticeships


HR magazine launches career survey

HR magazine wants to know what the ideal HR career path looks like


Less than half given apprenticeship information at school

Just one in four (24%) believe an apprenticeship offers a better chance of getting a good job than a university degree


Workers get more done from home

Home working is a key element of the employee engagement mix and can significantly improve efficiency


Most employers willing to pay more than typical apprenticeship wage

Sixty percent of employers would pay between £12,000 and £18,000 starting salary for an apprenticeship-qualified employee


City worker parents fear flexible working will harm their careers

City of London professionals increasingly believe home commitments will cost them work-wise


Businesses must take action on age in the workplace

More support for older workers was found to increase both staff loyalty and retention


HR future leader of the month: Rafael Campos Valdez

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


Workers pessimistic about Brexit

More than one in five employees (22%) feel less secure in their job because of the leave vote


Graduates value culture over salary

Graduates also report they are willing to complete an internship or work overtime during evenings or weekends, according to Accenture study