• Many employers believe that the ability to multi-task leads to higher productivity and increased success rates. However, new research suggests otherwise. Findings published by Steelcase found that those who try to cram in too much are likely to make 50 per cent more mistakes and bad decisions than those who do not.

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  • The internet has led to a profound shift in the way that people hunt for jobs, according to new findings. Research published by the Boston Consultancy Group (BCG) and Recruit Works Institute revealed that hunting for a job is now much easier than it used to be.

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  • Female managers are paid less than their male peers, according to a new study. Research published by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) has revealed that senior female management over the age of 40, are paid 35 per cent less than men in comparable jobs.

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  • Nearly a quarter of employees are affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD) new research has shown. Research published by employee health risk specialist Willis PMI Group found that 23 per cent of UK employers experience more distress in the winter months.

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  • Job satisfaction is at an all-time low as millions resolve to leave their jobs next year. New research published by CV-Library revealed that over half of UK workers (54.1 per cent) plan to make a New Year’s resolution to change their career in 2016.

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