Trend suggests that Employers are swapping temporary workers for permanent staff due to uncertaining regarding the Agency Worker Regulations (AWR), it has been claimed.
Current research has shown that the typical pay of bosses at the majority of the UK's largest publicly listed companies rose 11% last year to £3.65m, according to research done on behalf of the BBC.
Manage talent if you want to retain the commitment of innovative staff, delegates hear
Business people should never be too afraid or too complacent to innovate, Oracle’s Vance Kearney told conference delegates at Wednesday's keynote panel discussion on creating cultures of innovation.
You’ve got mail–not. Employees of tech company Atos will be banned from sending emails under the company’s new “zero email” policy.
Almost half of younger workers between 16-24 years old would rather
use well-established workplace technology than mobile devices, according to
research from Computacenter.
Lloyds Banking Group reported a £3.9bn ($6.3bn) loss for the first nine months of 2011.
Swiss bank UBS has appointed Sergio Ermotti as its chief executive in the wake of an alleged $2.3bn rogue trading scandal.
Difficult economic times mean top salary earners "are putting up with" higher rate.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has called for bank pay levels to undergo a "fundamental shift".
Will employee engagement with budget reviews in mind continue to be at the forefront of the HR agenda in 2012?