Nearly 2/3 of workers have experienced behaviour at work that would “probably result in widespread condemnation” if the public found out, a recent survey has found. Yet 77% said their company made no changes as a result of unethical behaviour being reported and 42% said that had negatively changed their perception of their workplace.
Published: 12 December 2018
Poor first impressions are costing UK business hard-to-find talent, as 48 percent of job applicants say they have been deterred from pursuing a role due to a negative first impression of the organisation.The Hays What Workers Want 2018 report, examines the steps a candidate takes from initial job search through to acceptance of a new role and joining an organisation.
Published: 15 June 2018
Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher is in hot water, after being caught on video spitting towards a 14 year old girl in a car from his own vehicle after Saturday's Liverpool v Manchester United match. Sky has suspended him, and a spokesperson has publicly reprimanded Carragher for his actions. Here's a look at how employers should handle such incidents that occur outside of the workplace.
Published: 14 March 2018