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Gender pay gap for managers over 40 is 35%

Gender pay gap for managers over 40 is 35%

The gender pay gap between male and female managers over 40 now stands at 35%, meaning women would have to work an extra 14 years to make the same amoung of money as a male manager over her career, according to a new study by the Chartered Management Institute and XpertHR. …

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Over two fifths of managers do not take their full annual leave

Over two fifths of managers do not take their full annual leave

Some 41% of managers in the UK didn’t take the annual leave that they were owed last year, according to a survey carried out by the Institute of Leadership & Management.…

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Team spirt 'fosters better engagement'

Team spirt 'fosters better engagement'

Teams who score highly on engagement tend to attribute their high scores to team spirit, with the line manager an important part of its creation, according to research by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES).…

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Global picture for hiring of managers down just 1%

Global picture for hiring of managers down just 1%

The international jobs market for professionals and managers is down just one per cent, despite continuing uncertainty in the global economy, according to a survey of over 17,000 organisations in 56 countries.…

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Number of female interim managers reaches all-time high

Number of female interim managers reaches all-time high

The proportion of women working as interim managers has reached its highest level, claims Interim Partners.…

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