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 Most employees want physical contact banned in the workplace

“With one in four people telling us that they avoid meeting a peer or a client due to the greeting alone, it’s clear that boundaries need to be set in the workplace which promote a comfortable working environment and doesn’t impede on the working day.

Contributor: Unknown | Published: 25 April 2019

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Job seekers jumping ship for new challenges in 2018

When asked what their typical first step is when looking for a new job, almost half (44 percent) cited networking. And in terms of the top ways to network, reconnecting with current and former friends/colleagues and LinkedIn came out on top for 33 percent and 31 percent respectively.

Contributor: Gary D.Burnison | Published: 14 January 2018

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Globally mobile workforce crucial for future

New research from AXA reveals 98% of big businesses surveyed say a globally mobile workforce is important, with a third saying it is critical to their success.

Contributor: Tom Wilkinson | Published: 24 July 2017


Robots will NOT steal UK Jobs, they could create more

Despite ongoing fears and speculation that robots could steal British jobs, new data reveals that the majority of industry professionals (63.3 percent) have never witnessed job losses as a result of the introduction of robots or automated processes. Furthermore, over a third (36.7 percent) stated that robots have often resulted in job creation within their place of work.

Contributor: Steve Barraclough | Published: 6 April 2017

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The top 5 workplace predictions for 2017

Employers will find it increasingly difficult to attract new talent in 2017, while employees will demand greater flexibility at work and the right to have their say about their employer. Philip Price, the chief executive of WorkAdvisor, the UK-based workplace review site and jobs board, gives his top 5 predictions for how our working lives will change in 2017.

Contributor: Philip Price | Published: 28 December 2016