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Average employee looks to move on after six years

Average employee looks to move on after six years

The average employee looks to move to a new employer after six years, according to the  ‘Job Satisfaction Index' by specialist recruiter OfficeTeam, a Robert Half UK company.…

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'Managers need to be more open about flexibility in new jobs'

'Managers need to be more open about flexibility in new jobs'

An estimated 8.7 million full-time workers, or two in every five, ‘actually want to work flexibly right now’, according to a new report that urges managers to be more open about alternative working patterns at the point of advertising a new job.…

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Survey shows global skills shortage 

Survey shows global skills shortage 

More organisations are planning a hiring spree over the next 12 months as their growth prospects improve, but nearly two thirds are concerned that they won’t be able to find the people with the skills they require to fill these positions, according to a global survey by PwC.…

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Third of employees considering new job this year

Third of employees considering new job this year

Six in 10 UK employees are happy in their jobs, although a third are looking for a new job, with part-time work topping the search list, according to two new surveys.…

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Women put off applying for jobs with 'male-sounding words' in the advert

Women put off applying for jobs with 'male-sounding words' in the advert

The wording of an employment ad can be a crucial factor in whether a job goes to a woman or a man – as women tend not to apply to jobs using male-sounding words, according to a new study.…

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