As more of the global workforce continue to work from home in a bid to self-isolate/quarantine, many companies and employers have had to adapt to managing a remote workforce. In a bid to help employers who are not used the world of remote working, John Williams, Head of Marketing at flexible working specialists Instant Offices discusses how businesses can overcome the typical challenges of managing a remote team and build a healthy company culture outside the office.
@HaysEducationUK research: 7 in 10 Teaching Professionals Admit to Suffering Burnout
Recent studies have shown most teachers love their work and enjoy making a difference however according to research collated by Global Recruitment Specialists HAYS, a whopping 70% of teaching professionals have admitted to feeling drained after work. Another 62% have said they often feel stressed at work. Furthermore, schools and universities seem to be struggling with retention, with 20% of new teachers leave teaching within their first two years, and 33% leave within their first five years.
Wages have been increasing at a faster rate than inflation since 2018. According to statistics released by the Office of National Statistics, the average weekly income for full-time workers has seen a year-on-year increase of 2.9%, rising from £568 to £585.