Bek Frith

Job 'stagnation' leads to turnover, Glassdoor data shows

Staying in a stagnant role for too long increases the likelihood an employee will leave

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Phased retirement better for wellbeing

Poor retirement wellbeing was found to be associated with a lack of control over the retirement decision

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Insecure employment costing public finances £4 billion a year

Lower gross earnings mean lower revenue from income tax and NICs, according to the TUC

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A third unaware apprenticeship levy is coming

A third of employers do not even know the apprenticeship levy – coming into force in April – even exists

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Skills shortages starting to bite in sectors employing EU nationals

UK employers are struggling to fill roles with the right candidates because of both labour and skills shortages

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Organisations should make it 'safe' for staff to fail

Risk-taking can be useful for advancing a career, but employers should ensure failure isn't seen as a negative

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Unhealthy staff cost employers a month of productivity

British employers are losing on average of 27.5 days of productive time per employee each year

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HR and the future of automation in work

A panel at the SD Worx European Conference discussed HR's relevance and role in a future world of automation and AI

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Social prescribing could close the disability employment gap

Social prescribing would enable healthcare professionals to refer patients to non-clinical services

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‘Financial wellness’ the key to improving productivity

A third (34%) of employees have financial concerns that are distracting them at work

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Reducing migration will worsen strain of ageing workforce

The smaller working population will have to spend more of their income to care for older citizens

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LGBT inclusion at the House of Commons

Anne Foster, head of diversity and inclusion, explains how the HOC made it onto Stonewall's top 100 employers list

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