All posts written by Ellie Green

Half of UK workers have quit their job due to a poor relationship with their boss

The relationships employees have with their colleagues undoubtedly impact their day to day life, and the workforce as a whole. Some find best friends at the office, others “enemies”. What about the working relationships.
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The strive for gender parity in the workplace

Totaljobs has partnered with Robert Walters to bring insights from 9,000 professionals across the UK, delving into employee experiences in the workplace, through the lens of diversity and inclusion. Our latest research looks at gender in the workplace, highlighting some of the barriers faced by women in the workplace and the steps employers can take to achieve gender parity. Read more

Future-proofing the social care industry

Skills for Care predict the social care industry will need another 650,000 workers by the year 2035. Yet, new Totaljobs research reveals that one in three social carers plan to leave the industry within the next five years, meaning the sector could be facing a major staff deficit of over 1.2 million workers by 2024. One in five.
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Recruitment intentions are strong in Q2 2019, but challenges remain

The latest Quarterly Recruitment Outlook from Totaljobs and the British Chambers of Commerce reveals insights from 6,500 UK businesses:   Six in 10 UK businesses attempted to recruit new hires in Q2 2019, an increase from 53% in Q1. 64% of businesses struggled to find the right people when recruiting in Q2 – a drop from 73% in Q1. 30% of employers expect.
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84% of people want businesses to adopt flexible working

84% of people call for businesses to be more flexible with the working day One in seven admitted to leaving work early without telling their boss, even if work is incomplete 73% of managers say their team would be more productive if given an early finish Flexible working is highly valued by UK workers. According to Totaljobs research, 84% of employees believe businesses.
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Totaljobs has joined forces with Universum, offering employer brand expertise

Totaljobs has partnered with employer branding experts Universum, to provide a new offering to UK employers. Universum uses 30 years of experience in the employer branding field to advise organisations on the wants, needs and drivers of the modern workforce. Operating in 60 markets globally, Universum has worked with 1,700 organisations to date, including many of the.
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Imposter Phenomenon: what is it and how can employers help?

Totaljobs surveyed over 2,000 UK workers in February 2019 to delve into Imposter Phenomenon. We worked alongside two experts to produce this research: Dr Terri Simpkin, lecturer in leadership and corporate education at Anglia Ruskin University and Kate Atkin, speaker facilitator and Imposter Phenomenon researcher. What is Imposter Phenomenon? You’ve likely heard the term referenced by the media more commonly.
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Three quarters of tech talent are willing to leave the UK for work

Totaljobs has once again partnered with The Network, (a global alliance of more than 50 leading recruitment websites) and Boston Consulting Group to look at the wants and needs of global talent as part of the Decoding Global Talent series, this time focusing on tech workers in a bid to understand.
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Totaljobs and the British Chambers of Commerce: New report highlights all UK industries face recruitment challenges

Totaljobs and the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) today launch their new partnership, which will see them launch the Quarterly Recruitment Outlook. The British Chambers of Commerce helps businesses to grow and thrive, offering practical advice to UK companies through accredited Chambers in every region of the UK. Totaljobs is one of the UK’s leading job boards, giving.
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Job market in Leeds is strong – download the City CV

Leeds has seen a 33% increase in jobs advertised in the city over the past two years. Technology is currently the most in-demand industry, with a 25% rise in applications. It’s clear the job market in Leeds is booming, and with businesses such as Channel 4 seeing the city as a core hub for talent, creativity and innovation, it looks.
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