1.8 million job applications are made in first two weeks of September as Britain returns to work

• 20% more jobs advertised in the first two weeks of September compared with the previous fortnight • IT and consultancy roles have seen the greatest surge in job applications compared to 2017 • Year on year data reveals 5% more job...
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Location, location, location: Research reveals home of the UK’s most positive workplace cultures

New study explores how workplace cultures are established and the impact on employee attitudes Brighton the home of the UK’s most ‘cheerful’ and ethical staff, with people in Aberdeen the UK’s most ‘anxious’ workers Research marks totaljobs’ integration of new culture...
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Stay Cool: UK employers invest in their work space to boost staff morale and productivity

• One in three employers invest in ‘cool’ office perks • Employers taking steps to combat workplace stress, including fitness classes, games rooms, and allowing pets in the office • A quarter of employers are planning an office refurbishment in the next...
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Totaljobs and Good&Co integrate to help recruiters find the best-fit through psychometric testing

Totaljobs has integrated US tech firm Good&Co into its Applicant Manager recruiter platform Recruiters using totaljobs can now request a psychometric report from applicants prior to interview Good&Co allows employers to assess applicants’ compatibility and pre-screen candidates for cultural fit   15th August 2018...
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Two thirds of UK workers would not recommend family for a role at work

Two-thirds (58%) of UK workers wouldn’t recommend a family member for a role One in five (20%) wouldn’t trust their relative’s professional abilities One in five (18%) think those who work with relatives earn more Half (46%) of UK workers consider a parent...
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Loneliness Causing UK Workers To Quit Their Jobs

A quarter (26%) have quit their jobs because of loneliness in the workplace Almost half (44%) of people cite pressure as the leading factor 1 in 4 men (compared to a fifth of women), admit they have never confided in anyone about their...
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A nation with itchy feet: Half of Brits willing to relocate within the UK for work

 London, Manchester and Edinburgh revealed as the most desirable places to live in the UK The UK’s second largest city Birmingham comes in sixth place, behind Brighton & Hove and Glasgow Better lifestyle (42%), improved employment opportunities (38%) and living in a...
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Dissatisfied and demotivated? Majority of workers expect to have moved jobs by next summer

70% don’t see themselves in their current role in 12 months’ time 70% haven’t received a pay rise or promotion in the last year 67% believe their ideas aren’t being heard Over half are looking for new roles during work time Older workers and...
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Global survey of nearly 400k workers rank London as most desirable city in the world to work, whilst the UK drops down to fifth in country standings

London retains top spot as destination of choice for overseas workers UK drops from second to fifth most attractive country for professionals 62 per cent of British employees willing to work abroad; an 18 percentage point increase since 2014 MONDAY 25TH JUNE...
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What goes on ‘across open floors’- Three quarters of uk workers would keep a workplace relationship secret

Culture of silence surrounds UK workplace romances One in five (22%) admit they met their partner through work Two thirds of workers (66%) have either dated a colleague or would consider it Over three quarters (76%) of workers choose to keep quiet about...
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