The majority of hirers feel permanent employment as the default option for most roles is in an ever-increasing downward trajectory, according to the talent and recruitment events, insight and strategy firm, TALint Partners.
84% of respondents report having enjoyed starting work. 82% said they felt strong connections to their colleagues.
The latest data from the independent job site, CV-Library, reveals the top 10 career resolutions being made in 2018.
Santander has conducted a ‘fake job advert’ experiment to discover how many people would apply for a job as a money mule, helping criminals to launder money, a technique which criminals use to lure people looking for work into transferring money connected to criminal activity.
Senior executives are jeopardising their future career prospects due to a widespread lack of awareness surrounding new data privacy legislation.
74% of employees in Europe would consider career opportunities abroad. Germany, the UK and France top the list of countries where European employees would most like to work. Western and Northern Europe dominate the list, making up 14 of the top 20 choices. UK employees least interested in working abroad.
Firms are losing top talent through failures in succession planning and the movement of talent within their businesses, according to an HR Innovation Practices Observatory run by Politecnico di Milano School of Management.
Two-thirds of young people are optimistic about securing employment in 2017. UK at risk of brain-drain as 6 in 10 will seek opportunities abroad within 6 months of 2017.
Stormline, supplier of unisex workwear to a range of industries, have analysed Google data for 131 of the most common occupations in the UK, revealing the most common assumptions we make about others, based on their job.