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Insider Fraud costs British Business £13 billion a year
Employee fraudsters are costing British business over £13 billion pounds a year a survey has found. Norwich Union found that the total cost of fraud in the UK was over £16 billion, of which a staggering 85% was sourced within businesses.
Published: 30 December 2005      Ref: onrec
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Bullying within the workplace is a major issue
According to figures published yesterday, approximately two million people in the last 6 months say they have been bullied by their colleagues, many of them by their managers.
Published: 9 November 2005      Ref: onrec.com
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Stress in the workplace is on the increase
A recent survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) found work related stress is increasing.
Published: 3 November 2005      Ref: onrec.com
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Redundancy programmes take their toll on Senior Managers
New research into the management of businesses in the UK commissioned by Alexander Hughes Interim Management (AHIM) found that at least 60% of senior managers in the UK have had to make staff redundant within the past 2 years
Published: 11 October 2005      Ref: onrec.com
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Interview techniques need to be reviewed
Leadership IQ, a global leadership training and research company, conducted research into staff retention over a three year period.
Published: 27 September 2005      Ref: onrec.com
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Lack of promotion at work hits men harder
Research conducted in the workplace has shown that men who fail to make noticeable career progression are more likely to become depressed than women.
Published: 15 September 2005      Ref: BBC
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SME’s business faltering due to lack of skills in industry
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are being held back by the lack of skilled professionals in the local market. According to research commissioned by Inter-Tel Europe, 46% of SMEs make this claim, a rise of 6% from 2004. Other possible reasons for la
Published: 9 September 2005      Ref: onrec.com
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