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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One in four UK employees would change jobs for remote working options

Two fifths of employees prefer to work from home 35% of UK workers not given the option of working remotely One fifth of employers believe their workforce is happier and more productive as a result of remote working 23rd May 2018: New research...
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Totaljobs and Jobsite partner to offer recruiters access to the largest hiring platform in the UK

 Employers to benefit from jobs promoted across both platforms Totaljobs and Jobsite to remain as two separate sites for jobseekers One CV Database with 15.5 million candidates – almost half of the UK working population Global recruitment giant, StepStone, today announced the partnership...
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The true cost of living: Two-thirds of employees run out of money before their next pay day

Half (47%) of workers across the UK are dissatisfied with their income Two-thirds (63%) admit they run out of money before their next pay day A third (33%) say they’ve never been able to make ends meet without relying on an overdraft,...
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Do you bring your work home with you? Majority of UK workers work an extra day a week at home

58% of workers in the UK admit they work at home outside business hours The average employee completes 7 hours and 49 minutes of work from home every week – a whole extra day The average employee completes 6 hours and 4...
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Over a third of UK employees pressured to work overtime by fear of being judged

A third of bosses (31%) expect workers to stay later than their contractual hours Birmingham is the UK’s presenteeism capital – 44% of workers feel pressured to do overtime IT & Tech professionals most likely to be chained to their desks to...
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Stress-cation: a quarter of UK workers struggle to book time off work

Millions of UK workers failing to maximise their annual leave allocation A quarter (23%) struggle to book time off Over a quarter (26%) of 16-24 year olds find taking annual leave stressful Over a third (38%) of Brits have had annual leave...
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The real cost of the UK productivity crisis: £4,500 lost on every unproductive worker

Unproductive workforce costing British businesses a total of £22 billion each year Only 1 in 4 UK employees believe they are consistently productive at work Average UK worker spends 1 hour 24 minutes a day on tea breaks, chatting and on social...
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Two in three workers quit due to a lack of learning and development opportunities

68% of employees have changed jobs because of a lack of learning and development opportunities 9 in 10 employees want their employer to offer more training courses to develop new skills 2 in 3 employees believe training is more important today than...
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Does work haunt your dreams? Always-on culture leaves majority of Brits dreaming about their job

The majority (55%) of employees have dreams about work Brits are more likely to dream about work and their colleagues (34%) than about relationships, wealth or health A fifth (21%) dream about being in a relationship with their colleague Brits are twice as...
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