According to the job site, CV-Library, 84 per cent of UK workers are searching for a new job and more than a than a third dislike their current job
A report published on Wednesday claims that women are still being forced to wear high heels, make-up and revealing clothes by some employers
Jobs site Glassdoor said that based on earning potential, job satisfaction and the number of openings, finance managers top the list
The day before Donald Trump won the election over Hillary Clinton, the Swedish ad agency Round & Round put out an invitation to all Americans: Escape Trump. Come work in Sweden.
High-profile suicide cases prompt calls for dramatic shift in Japan’s work culture
Relatively low inflation has helped sustain consumer expenditure in recent years. However, there are signs that this is reaching its limit
At first glance, it’s a depressing indictment of the failure of employers to meet the needs and demands of today’s workforce. But look again and you hear the dying gasps of an era passing over
When Italy last cut down its working week it's believed to have created one million new jobs
The number of agency workers is set to reach one million, according to a new study, which revealed they earn hundreds of pounds less than those in staff jobs.
Women who were more 'bullish' or assertive at work earned more than passive female colleagues, the researchers found
Government's Social Mobility Commission says 20th century expectation that each generation better off than preceding one is no longer being met
Exclusive: Alan Milburn, the Government's social mobility adviser, will urge PM Theresa May to scrap her predecessor David Cameron's 'Big Society' agenda in favour of measures to boost career opportunities for young people
There are about 1.5 million people in Britain with a learning disability, such as Down’s Syndrome. It is a basic affront to justice that they should be less likely to find paid employment than those without learning difficulties
‘Individuals cannot be opted out of employment rights and protections, simply by calling them ‘self employed’, HMRC says
Unemployment is a lagging indicator, but there are worrying signs that it could be poised to rise if you keep an eye on company trading updates such as the one issued by Travis Perkins
The numbers in employment between June and August rose 106,000 on the previous quarter, while the unemployment rate was steady at 4.9 per cent