Latest CIPD Survey Results Show Lowest Ever Absence Levels, but Presenteeism and Leavism Rising Unchecked
The Health and Well-Being at Work 2019 Report from the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) shows that although traditional absenteeism is in decline, workforce issues still exist through less visible problems such as presenteeism and leavism, indicating a workforce still not reaching its potential.
2017 – 2018 State of Care Report Highlights Benefits of Harnessing Technology & Innovation to Improve Quality of Care
The State of Health Care and Adult Social Care in England 2017-18 Report from the Care Quality Commission examines trends and shares examples of good and outstanding care. One of the focuses is the use of innovation and technology.
Bodet has experienced continued success for its Time Management Systems with 8% growth last year
Following on from the most successful year to date in 2017, Bodet is pleased to report another twelve months of record growth, with an overall increase in sales of 8%. Time & Attendance sales were up 13%, whilst Clock & Bell sales increased by 6%.
New report reveals UK employees work on average 17 hours more each month than their contracted hours, but this extra time doesn’t increase productivity
MAXIS Global Benefits Network, a network of insurance companies, has just released results of a new study which shows that UK employees work on average more than 17 hours over their contracted hours every month.
Latest survey results from Engaging Works reveal that staff working at Telecom organisations are the most unhappy of any industry
Workforce engagement and happiness organisation, Engaging Works, has recently revealed some of the results of its global survey, which has so far surveyed over 10,000 global employees. The latest findings show that Telecom employees are the least happy workforce of any industry.