A new study of 2,000 UK employees has revealed that senior management are in fact the least trusted in the workplace - with only 16 percent trusting this group. ‘Better communication’ and ‘regular catch ups’ were factors considered key for management to improve trust.
Published: 14 August 2018
The purpose-pay cheque debate has been reignited this week, with new research revealing that more than a quarter of managers (27%) in British companies would likely accept a salary cut to work for a company that has a clear purpose beyond profit.
Published: 30 April 2018
Women in banking face a ‘double glass ceiling’; one when being promoted to management and another when being promoted to executive roles, according to new research. Although women make up 52 percent of banking sector employees globally, they average only 38 percent of middle managers and 16 percent of executive committees.
Published: 2 April 2018
Poor people management is hindering workplace productivity, according to research from CABA. The findings revealed that Brits are under significant workplace strain, with more than 1 in 3, (36 percent) confessing they think about quitting on a regular basis. Contributor Laura Little, Learning and Development Manager – CABA.
Published: 27 February 2018
CMI, the only chartered professional body for leadership and management, surveyed more than 1,000 managers from across the private, public and charity sectors on their outlook for 2018. The results reveal that optimism for the year ahead is at the lowest level for four years
Published: 6 January 2018
This is despite the largest number of respondents (26 percent ) thinking that having regular training would be the most effective way to eliminate unconscious bias as part of the recruitment process, followed by 17 percent who think that removing age from CVs would have the biggest impact.
Published: 7 December 2017