According to a recent report published by Investors in People, 47 percent of employees are looking to move jobs in 2018 – almost half of the UK’s workforce – while around 18 percent are actively looking for new employment. On top of that, most respondents also believe that the UK job market has worsened (19 percent) or not improved (33 percent) over the last year.
Published: 8 February 2018
The research, conducted by Stephen Wood at the University of Leicester and Shaun Pichler and Gerard Beenen, both at the California State University, Fullerton, is based on a meta-analysis of existing research. It shows that acceptability of appraisals is enhanced when feedback is frequent and standards are set and clear to employees but also that these two things have a synergistic relationship, so feedback has a greater effect when standard setting is good.
Published: 23 November 2017
An employee’s job satisfaction is the result of a combination of factors including financial remuneration, being part of a positive working environment with productive working relationships and the opportunity to grow and develop. Article by Chris Rowson, Managing Director at Ecardshack.
Published: 19 December 2016