Tag Archives: CEOs

Recruitment market analysis reveals trends impacting skills

Recruitment market analysis reveals trends impacting skills

An analysis of the recruitment market for 2020 has revealed the major factors that will impact skills and hiring patterns over the next year. Guidant Global’s findings show that the major factors that will make a difference to the recruitment market include the rise of millennials and Gen Z workers, …

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Survey highlights workplace stress at c-suite level

Survey highlights workplace stress at c-suite level

A new survey has highlighted some worrying trends of workplace stress at c-suite level. Contributors to c-suite stress include pressing deadlines, heavy workloads, poor management, time consuming meetings and traffic-heavy commutes. The research from Beeja Meditation shows that 22% of those at c-suite experience stress in the workplace everyday, with …

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Staff self-improvement key to ensuring competitive workplaces succeed

Staff self-improvement key to ensuring competitive workplaces succeed

Encouraging staff self-improvement is the only way for competitive workplaces to succeed. That is the view of BI Norwegian Business School, who undertook research that revealed those companies that emphasise personal accomplishments and development of employees, as well as competition between them, see more creative ideas being fulfilled. A study …

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Decrease in UK retail administrations recorded in 2019

Decrease in UK retail administrations recorded in 2019

Analysis from Deloitte has revealed a slight decrease in UK retail administrations for 2019. The number of UK retail organisations that entered administration last year was 124, which is ever-so-slightly lower than the 125 in 2018, according to insolvency figures released by Deloitte. This is despite the fact that there …

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FTSE 100 CEOs overtake average salary in three days of 2020

FTSE 100 CEOs overtake average salary in three days of 2020

CEOs from FTSE 100 companies made the same amount of money as the average worker’s salary in the first three working days of 2020, new research has revealed. Data from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and the High Pay Centre think tank shows that those CEOs who …

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Flexible working has increased dramatically over past 20 years

Flexible working has increased dramatically over past 20 years

People working flexible hours has increased greatly over the last 20 years. Figures and analysis show that those working flexible hours has increased five-fold, illustrating the growing change in working patterns as CEOs take into account the needs of their staff more; the upshot should be improved productivity too. The …

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Process Bliss research reveals need for greater HR and leadership

Process Bliss research reveals need for greater HR and leadership

New research from Process Bliss has underlined the need for good HR practices in SMEs. This is because the research from the process management firm revealed that almost half of SME employees have quit a job because they felt management professionals did not treat them properly. Approximately 40% have also …

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