Poll: Has technology made your job easier?

Poll: Has technology made your job easier?

In our latest poll, we are asking Has technology made your job easier?

There is no doubt that technology is having an increasing impact on our lives. Whether it be using the Internet to find the latest cinema times, read restaurant reviews, or identify new places to take the kids, technology is at the heart of almost everything that we do.

Modern offices are no different, with many now claiming to be totally ‘paperless’ environments. But has this actually made things easier for us? Do all presentations now look the same thanks to PowerPoint? Do we suffer more down time …

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Employment Tribunal Charges to Hit Justice Hard?

Employment Tribunal Charges to Hit Justice Hard?

Disgruntled employees could be asked to pay up to £1,200 to take their employers to a tribunal according to new plans by the coalition government. In what will be seen by some as an attack on justice, the government are looking to recoup some of the £84m per year that is currently spent on taking claims to an employment tribunal.

Whilst the proposal is being hailed by some as a great way to reduce the number of spurious claims that are creating a backlog in the system, the reality is that many employees with a genuine claim may also be …

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Guest Post: Top Ten Tips on How LinkedIn Can Get you Headhunted

Guest Post: Top Ten Tips on How LinkedIn Can Get you Headhunted

Author Bio:

Carlo Pandian is a freelance writer based in UK and works for Media Recruitment. When he’s not online or cycling around town, you can’t get him out of the kitchen for his love of food.

Top Ten Tips on How LinkedIn Can Get you Headhunted:

LinkedIn is a professional social network which can change your life. If you are looking to move jobs or increase your income it is a good idea to get online and create yourself a profile on this network. The reason for this is because employers are using the site to find their …

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Public Sector Morale Drops in First Half of 2012

Public Sector Morale Drops in First Half of 2012

Totaljobs.com has carried out research that reveals public sector morale to be lower than it has ever been before, with industrial relations worsening. Only 17% of people working in the public sector say that morale is high, while 53% say that it is currently low.

24% of those surveyed said that they would be prepared to support strike action, while another 26% said that they would consider industrial action that was not a strike. This is in contrast to the 18% who said that they would support strike action back in November. Also, it was found that if the government …

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Poll: Which employment benefit is most important to you?

Poll: Which employment benefit is most important to you?

Keeping up with the modern trend of websites becoming more ‘interactive’ , we have added a new Poll feature which appears on the Left Hand Side of the page.

To kick things off, we are asking which employment benefit is most important to you? We would love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to share your opinions with us.

If you have a question that you would like us to put to poll, then add it in to a comment below, or email us at [email protected] and we will do our best to include it in the future.

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