Google allegedly lose staff because they ‘paid them too much’

__       In a peculiar situation at Google’s self driving car subsidiary, employees have been leaving because their bonus packages are actually paying them TOO MUCH.     The subsidiary, which runs as a standalone business called Waymo, paid out massive bonuses based on the projects value and income generated, amplified by it’s success… Continue reading

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New ONS stats: CIPD claims fall in real wage growth highlights cracks in buoyant labour market

  __       New statistics released on today’s ONS Labour Market Statistics show that a record number of people are in employment, however as highlighted by CIPD’s labour market advisor Gerwyn Davies, the results can be misleading in highlighting the economic strength of the UK.     In Mr Davies interview with HR… Continue reading

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Job ‘stagnation’ leads to turnover, Glassdoor data shows

Research by Glassdoor has found that employees that stagnate in a job role for too long are likely to leave the company.     The average worker spends 15 months in one role, adding an additional 10 months to this increases the chances of them leaving the company by %%, favouring a move to another business rather… Continue reading

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Four key actions to tackle a gender pay gap

__       An article on Personnel Today has reviewed 4 key ways in which companies must tackle the gender pay gap that still blights the UK.     Employers are now compelled to publish details of their pay gap on an annual basis and ACAS recommends that all businesses devise an action plan… Continue reading

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How a manager’s mood can impact an employee’s working day

___     Research by the Institute of leadership & Management has found that many workplace atmospheres are being effected by the managers mood, with issues arising such as favouritism and trust-issues.     In the study which surveyed over 1,200 UK workers, it was found that 50% of leaders allow their mood to impact employees’… Continue reading

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