Two thirds of working Brits have experienced ‘guilty vacation syndrome’ – the nagging urge to cancel or delay vacation due to guilt, new research commissioned by Perkbox, Europe’s fastest growing employee experience platform, has found. Might this be the reason why burnout is on the rise?
A record number of people in the UK are choosing to work longer, with over-50s fuelling 90% of employment growth in the past year 1. Aviva’s research reveals that while many UK workers are working longer out of necessity, a growing number of over-55s are also eager to progress their career, advance and improve their
Leading job search engine, Adzuna, has analysed data from 10,000 CVs to reveal the average length of time employees stay in each job role before going elsewhere. According to Adzuna’s data, it takes UK employees 28 months on average before they get the new job itch. Top ten job roles employees stay in the longest:
According to new research from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, the majority (56.7%) of professionals say that they enjoy their job, however the key drivers behind this vary massively between men and women.
Over half (58%) of Brits wish they had invested in their future and retirement at an earlier age, according to new research by savings and mortgage provider Nottingham Building Society, known as The Nottingham.
New SME research1 conducted by iwoca, one of Europe’s largest business lenders, suggests that not being paid was the biggest business sacrifice for UK SME owners (37 percent), with nearly half of female entrepreneurs (46 percent) making this sacrifice.
The unemployment rate in the UK is currently at its lowest since the 1970s, with only 3.8% of people currently out of work. If you’re a business owner trying to attract top talent, you may have your work cut out for you.
Ever felt annoyed by a candidate during an interview? If so, you’re not alone! In fact, 79.3% of employers admit to feeling infuriated by a candidate’s actions when conducting an interview. That’s according to the latest research from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board.