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Off-payroll review launched

The government has announced it is launching a review of upcoming changes to off-payroll working rules

80% of employees have experienced bad management

Four-fifths (80%) of employees have experienced poor management or a poor manager at least once in their career

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Corbyn appoints Angela Eagle shadow secretary for business, innovation and skills

Angela Eagle has been named shadow secretary of state for business, innovation and skills in new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's first shadow cabinet.

Poor people management costing UK companies £84 billion

Poor people management is costing UK companies £84 billion a year, according to research from Investors in People and economic research consultancy TBR.

One in eight workers believe appearance affects their career

More than one in eight (13.1%) workers believe their appearance is holding their career back, according to a study from job website CV Library.

HR’s strategic input remains poorly acknowledged

More than three-quarters (76%) of HR professionals believe HR’s strategic input is poorly acknowledged, according to research from software provider Cascade HR.

A third of Brits now working from the pub

Doing work at the pub is something 30% of Brits have indulged in, according to research from consumer electronics company Plantronics.

Working Families award winners: iCrossing

iCrossing scooped two accolades at the 2015 Working Families' Top Employers for Working Families Special Awards – Best for Motherhood and Best for Line Managers. Read more about its winning entries...