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Upskilling, career growth and job security among top expectations of young workers, new survey finds

08-Jun-2022

Today's youth seek employers that offer competitive salaries, career growth and job security, according to the post-pandemic Global Youth Survey study. At the same time, young people want flexible working hours. They feel confident about having the right skills for employment for the next five to ...

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Making sure workers have a ‘good’ day gives companies a competitive advantage

VCU business professors research how employees’ daily experiences impact creative performance

01-Jun-2022

A trio of researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University has identified five types of daily workplace experiences that influence employees’creative performance. In “Another Day, Another Chance: Daily Workplace Experiences and Their Impact on Creativity”— published in the Journal of Product ...

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Employee recommendations beat career networks as recruiting channel

Active Sourcing Channels: LinkedIn and Xing lag behind Facebook and TikTok

04-May-2022

The labor shortage is turning the application process around: Today, companies have to apply to candidates. However, a Randstad-ifo study shows that it is not LinkedIn and Xing that are most important for recruiting, but the company's own employees. Posting a job and waiting for applications is ...

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Look into the camera during video meetings

09-Feb-2022

People who look directly into the camera during video meetings are seen as more sociable and sympathetic. This is the finding of a study that investigated how gaze, camera angle and distance affect how we are perceived during video meetings. “Having previously focused on what causes Zoom fatigue, ...

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Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work

‘It’s sometimes said that people will sit around doing nothing if you give them free money.’

19-Jan-2022

A basic income would not necessarily mean that people would work less. This is the conclusion of a series of behavioural experiments by cognitive psychologist Fenna Poletiek, social psychologist Erik de Kwaadsteniet and cognitive psychologist Bastiaan Vuyk. They also found indications that people ...

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Staff wellbeing programmes help social relationships and reduce bullying

01-Dec-2021

Researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA), working in collaboration with insurance and investments company Vitality, found that the more employees engage with health and wellbeing programmes (HWPs) the better the quality of co-worker relationships, the less they experience bullying ...

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Kellogg's files lawsuit against its striking cereal workers

12-Nov-2021

The Kellogg Co. has filed a lawsuit against its local union in Omaha complaining that striking workers are blocking entrances to its cereal plant and intimidating replacement workers as they enter the plant. The company based in Battle Creek, Michigan, asked a judge to order the Omaha chapter of ...

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The evolution of the workplace and changing employee attitudes to the 9-5

Hybrid workers embrace anytime working

13-Oct-2021

Poly released a new report outlining the evolution of the workplace and changing employee attitudes to the 9-5. The Poly Evolution of the Workplace reportprovides analysis on the findings of a survey of 7,261 hybrid workers from the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Poland and the United Arab ...

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When (or if) Workers Will Return to the Office

25-Aug-2021

Amid the coronavirus resurgence, a new Korn Ferry survey of professionals shows growing uncertainty regarding when – and if – there will be a return to the office. While many companies had announced plans to re-open their offices after Labor Day, more than half (54 percent) of professionals say ...

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Fewer women than men will regain employment during the COVID-19 recovery

A new policy brief shows that the disproportionate job and income losses suffered by women during the pandemic will persist in the near future

11-Aug-2021

The inequalities between women and men in the world of work that have been exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic will persist in the near future, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO). A new policy brief finds there will be 13 million fewer women in employment in 2021 ...

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