Research by Lepaya has shown that 66 percent of European employees feel too stressed at work. This is seen in the results of a survey of 1,322 European employees conducted by Lepaya. Germany leads the way when it comes to the number of employees dealing with high levels of stress. For as many as 71 percent of German workers, stress levels are exceptionally high, compared to two thirds of Belgian workers, 70 percent of British workers and only 56 percent of Dutch workers.
Published: 19 July 2021
More needs to be done to fuel the talent pipeline, says a leading recruiter.
Published: 6 July 2021
With skills shortages rapidly impacting the ‘bounce back’ for a number of UK businesses, the candidate experience is more critical than it has ever been, according to online talent sourcing specialist, Talent.com.
Published: 29 June 2021
Less than a third of employers are comfortable with the new UK immigration rules post-Brexit, according to recent research from background screening and identity services company Sterling.
Published: 28 June 2021
The UK is lagging behind in important business skills to adequately evolve and develop remote and hybrid working, according to Coursera’s latest Global Skills Report. HR and Communications skills ranked only at 13% and 21% skills proficiency, respectively - far lower than other European countries.
Published: 15 June 2021
Qualified candidates have been harder to find for retail roles in the months since Brexit, according to market research by the leading global software provider for the retail and hospitality sectors, Fourth. The data reveals that almost one-third (30%) of retail leaders have struggled to find the right candidates, impacting attractions-based (38%), clothing (35%), and automotive retailers (33%) the most.
Published: 10 June 2021
The new study from FourthRev highlights the need for UK businesses and universities to work closer together to develop a new pipeline of talent for the digital economy
Published: 14 May 2021
LHH, the leading global provider of career transition, coaching and leadership development solutions has revealed that only 16% of business leaders believe their organisation currently has the skills and talent it needs to survive the next five years. This research forms part of a wider study to discover business pain points and priorities a year on from COVID-19.
Published: 26 February 2021
CIMA's 2020 Mind the Skills Gap research reveals that the COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the UK’s employability skills gap enough to potentially hinder the country’s long-term recovery and ability to compete on the world stage. The situation could be made worse with the end of the Brexit transition period as employers lose access to the EU-wide talent pool, disrupting both supply of and demand for talent across the country.
Published: 16 December 2020
New research from Tempo reveals that one-third of British SMEs and startups have lost a client due to employees having poor people skills over three-quarters of business owners have worked with ineffective managers.
Published: 10 March 2020