Does stress ever help an employee perform better?

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Does stress ever help an employee perform better?   A problem that HR professionals have been tackling aggressively in recent years is the issue of work place stress and the issues it causes for employees that damages the overall business. However HR Grapevine article recently has questioned whether some moderate stress levels are actually good… Continue reading

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3.5 million people could be in insecure work by start of 2022

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3.5 million people could be in insecure work by start of 2022 The TUC is calling for a ban on zero-hours contracts and people working regular hours should have a right to a guaranteed-hours contract. This comes after their research found that 290,000 more people could be in insecure work by the end of the… Continue reading

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Productivity vs Procrastination – A losing battle

Productivity vs Procrastination – A losing battle     Procrastination can come in many forms, be it checking your Facebook feed every few minutes or talking to friends at work constantly. The UK workforce is behind its counterparts in the US, Germany and France, 20% of employers believe that their employers put less than 5… Continue reading

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25-34 year olds unhappy with work-life balance, say YouGov

25-34 year olds unhappy with work-life balance, say YouGov   The 25-34 workplace age group are the most unhappy with their work/life balance, a new report by YouGov has revealed.     The Work Life Balance report indicates that one in five (21%) 25-34s are unhappy with their work/life balance, compared to around one in… Continue reading

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London’s black male graduates less likely to be employed

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London’s black male graduates less likely to be employed     Black male graduates in London are  statistically half as employable as their white counterparts questioning the state of equality in the UK, figures suggest.     According to the data from the ONS, in 2016 there was an unemployment rate of 18 per cent… Continue reading

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