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Staff sleep deprivation 'causing negative consequences for businesses'

05 Mar 2015

Staff sleep deprivation 'causing negative consequences for businesses'

HR directors may need to do more to tackle chronic sleep problems among company employees, according to a new study.

UK 'progressing on female representation in the workplace'

03 Mar 2015

UK 'progressing on female representation in the workplace'

A new report has shown that the UK has made progress in improving female representation rates in the workplace, though the country still lags behind many of its international counterparts.

Pay 'no longer the top priority for British workers'

24 Feb 2015

Pay 'no longer the top priority for British workers'

UK workers are less likely to evaluate pay as the most important factor when looking for a job than their counterparts overseas, according to a new report.

British workers 'taking a more flexible approach to work/life balance'

20 Feb 2015

British workers 'taking a more flexible approach to work/life balance'

The lines between British workers' personal lives and office hours is starting to blur, underlining the need for more flexible working options, according to a new report.

CIPD warns businesses of wage stagnation risk

18 Feb 2015

CIPD warns businesses of wage stagnation risk

Companies need to do more to ensure their capacity to improve wage levels does not stagnate compared to other businesses in their field, according to a new report from the CIPD.

Regular office hours 'becoming increasingly blurred for UK workers'

17 Feb 2015

Regular office hours 'becoming increasingly blurred for UK workers'

A majority of UK workers are spending more time working outside of typical office hours, according to a survey.

UK workers 'suffering poor health as a result of their jobs'

16 Feb 2015

UK workers 'suffering poor health as a result of their jobs'

More than two-fifths of UK workers say their job has a negative impact on their health, according to a new study from a leading charity.