Word games: post-Brexit employment rights
November 6th, 2019
Questions are being raised over the validity of Boris’ promises ahead of Halloween’s ‘do or die’ Brexit Day, such as upholding workers’ rights post-Brexit.
What can employers learn from Gareth Southgate?
October 24th, 2019
Stepping off the football pitch and into the workplace, an employee should be able to expect the full support of their employer.
October 9th, 2019
We live in an age where we are spoilt for choice for all media deemed ‘social.’ Social media gives us all the power to share thoughts, frustrations, ideas and criticisms with immediacy and without cost.
Flexible working – friend or foe?
October 7th, 2019
A recent survey by professional network Cityparents reveals that flexible working remains little more than a disingenuous tick-box exercise in many City based organisations.
Stranded staff – an employer’s guide
October 2nd, 2019
While news of Thomas Cook has been taking up media coverage, little thought has been given to the impact on holidaymakers’ jobs back home.
Can self-management increase productivity?
September 19th, 2019
No hierarchy, no managers, an open forum for ideas and strategy, and most significantly, workers who set their own pay and benefits.
September 13th, 2019
Following our recent posts and research into ‘ghosting’ in the workplace by candidates and employees, we’re shining the spotlight on another new trend, first noticed on the dating scene.
What impact will Brexit have on Working Time Regulations?
September 5th, 2019
Once we leave the EU, the door will have opened to the possibility of the government modifying regulations that currently define how the UK works.
Candidates guilty of ‘ghosting’ during rec process
September 4th, 2019
New research from law firm Joelson has found that four-fifths (84%) of UK employers have experienced a candidate ‘ghosting’ at some point during the recruitment process. The term ‘ghosting’ – which was traditionally used to describe the practice of serial daters trying to terminate a conversation or relationship without an explanation – has moved into … Continue reading “Candidates guilty of ‘ghosting’ during rec process”
4/5 of employers have been ‘ghosted’ by potential recruits
August 28th, 2019
Four fifths (84%) of UK employers have experienced a candidate ‘ghosting’ them part way through a recruitment process, according to a new survey.
“Joelson helped us at a crucial time in our business as we took on our first investors. They supported us with introductions, useful advice and made handling all the practicalities of relevant transactions very easy. They were friendly and easy to work with as they understand the nature of start-ups. We’ll continue working with them as we continue growing.”
Michael Dixon, Snact