Drop in the number of people on ICT apprenticeships
Posted on 18/12/2015
There has been a decline in the number of people taking ICT apprenticeships, according to new findings. Research published by SJD Accountancy, a contractor services provider revealed that although the number of ICT apprenticeships has rebounded over the past year, enrolments are still 16.6 per cent below the 2011/12 peak.
Private firms ‘employing record numbers of people’
Posted on 17/12/2015
Private sector employment has risen significantly, according to new findings. Research published by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) revealed that small firms in particular, played a major role in giving people jobs.
Employees ‘walk to relieve stress’
Posted on 16/12/2015
Stress has become almost a way of life for many employees and when it is not brought under control can have a negative impact on a person’s worklife. However, many staff members are coming up with a novel new way to cope with the stress. Read our blog to find out more
Office politics ‘causing stress for workers’
Posted on 11/12/2015
Office politics is killing staff engagement, according to new findings. Research published by Adeco revealed that nearly a third of Brits (29 per cent) dread coming into work due to the negativity in their office. In addition, a third (33 per cent) of workers described their workplace as unhappy.
Students expect to work for free when they graduate
Posted on 10/12/2015
Many students expect to be working for no pay when they graduate, new findings have revealed. A report published by career matchmaking platform 10 Minutes With revealed that students expect to spend time either as an unpaid intern or on a zero-hours contract when they leave university.