Young people

Young employees feel forgotten by bosses

Young workers are feeling isolated after spending 18 months working from home due a lack of communication with their employers.

Young employees are eager to return to the office

Working from home has had a disproportionately negative impact on young employees in the UK, according to new research by Glassdoor.

COVID impacts ambition of disadvantaged young people

Young people from lower-income households have lowered their career ambitions, since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, as they fear their goals are now unachievable.

Why hiring young talent creates opportunities for innovation

You could say that, from a professional standpoint, young people have been amongst the hardest hit by the economic effects of the pandemic. Organisations facing financial issues and seeking to...

Businesses must do more on social mobility

Graduates are reluctant to join organisations not addressing social mobility and are put off by bad interview experiences and lack of transparency around pay

Education secretary lays out new T-Level plans

The education secretary Damian Hinds? has laid out a series of plans for T-Levels and called for an end to "snobby" attitudes towards vocational and technical courses

Poor financial wellbeing costs UK businesses £1.56 billion

UK workers take four million days off a year because of financial concerns, while those who suffer at work can lose up to two hours of output each day, according to research from Aegon

Firms alienating young staff with lack of mental health support

?Young people entering the workplace feel let down by firms' attitudes to mental health, Business Disability Forum and YouthSight have found

Self-employed worried over their financial futures

Self-employed people are struggling to save for the future, according to the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE)

Young employees reliant on borrowing money

Young people are dealing with spiralling debts and rising stress over finances, according to research by Neyber

Parents lack awareness of T-levels

Two-thirds of parents haven't heard of T-levels, sparking concerns over the introduction of the qualification

Part-time work now more empowering for women

?The UK must recognise the skills and talents that young people working part time can bring to the workforce, according to co-founder and COO of JOB TODAY Polina Montano