Brits have revealed their 2017 workplace resolutions, with nearly one in ten (9%) keen to start their own business
Having a heavy workload is an all too common complaint for increasing stress levels however, surprisingly only one in ten (8%) said that too much work was their main cause of stress in the office
New research from Monster.co.uk has revealed that nearly half of UK offices (46%) will celebrate Halloween this year
Brits have revealed their top reasons for smiling at work, in a new research poll by Monster.co.uk.
Despite their growing popularity and ever expanding range, new research from Monster.co.uk reveals that 80% of UK adults still don’t think it’s appropriate to use emojis in the workplace.
According to the research, over half (56%) of the population has never considered an apprenticeship, with 75 per cent believing the positions are solely aimed at 17 to 21 year olds. 48% also think there is an age limit to applying for roles available.
Women believe they need to work harder than men to gain recognition. Nearly a third (31%) of young female employees are interested in enhancing their career through coding, yet men have greater IT confidence.
Monster.co.uk announces Monster Confidence, a strategic initiative with Stemettes, an award-winning social enterprise focused on getting girls and young women into STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects and careers
• 56% of employers admit that online profiles influence hiring decisions
• Two thirds (65%) of Brits believe companies turn down job applicants based on their social media profiles
New UK research from Monster’s World of Work study on UK Millennials reveals:
• Almost 60% currently thinking about their next job opportunity
• More than a quarter (26%) considering leaving their current employer within six months