IT’S one of the biggest problems in the workplace — when a job is so deadly dull and dreadfully dreary that it leads to all manner of problems.
THE best paid jobs for graduates are analysts, consultants and software engineers, research has shown.
PEOPLE who are disabled or have health conditions need more help to stay in work or find a job because they face a huge "employability gap", says a report.
MPs have delivered a damning indictment of working conditions at retail giant Sports Direct and warned they could become the norm across Britain.
THREE in 10 40-something Britons feel under pressure to stay in a job they do not like so they can maintain their financial stability, a report has found.
THE number of people working from home has increased by a fifth over the past decade, a new study has shown.
Proportion of females managers ‘high’ in UK compared to rest of Europe but overall gender equality ranks low
THE UK has a high proportion of female managers compared to other European countries, but ranks low for gender equality generally, according to a new study.
WORKPLACE pension savers who only make the minimum contributions into their pots could be sitting on a "ticking time bomb", former pensions minister Steve Webb has warned.
THE Scottish economy could generate hundreds of millions of additional pounds if the average worker's sickness rate was cut by one day per year, a study has suggested.
Labour says women civil servants in the Department for Education are paid almost £2 an hour less than their male colleagues.