Survey reports provide current data and analysis on topical HR issues as well as general people management and development themes. Some surveys require non-members to register first. Find out about our current research.
The latest report, produced in partnership with Halogen, tracks employee engagement, employees’ attitudes towards their line managers and senior managers, as well as the extent to which employees feel under pressure at work. A new section explores employees' perceptions of their performance management processes and progression opportunities and motivations.
Provides a snapshot of how much social media and technology have taken hold in the world of work, and looks into why we use social technology for work and what benefits we see.
Our quarterly survey finds that the short-term jobs outlook is increasingly positive, but with some uncertainty over the strength of employment growth in the medium term.
Aimed at HR and wider business leaders, this survey report provides insight and expert commentary about HR’s current and future contribution to business performance.
This survey report, produced in partnership with Halogen, tracks employee engagement, employees’ attitudes towards their managers, as well as the extent to which employees feel under pressure at work. A new section explores employees' perceptions of their performance management processes and progression opportunities.
Explores the issue of trust within organisations: the current state of trust in leaders and how this compares with others in the organisation.
Examines employee views about factors affecting their well-being, in particular pressure of work, and identifies overarching trends in the UK and the implications for employers.
Our annual survey, produced in partnership with Simplyhealth, explores absence levels, causes and costs, as well as how organisations manage absence and promote health and well-being in the workplace.
Explores the links between employee benefits provision and business strategy, workforce characteristics and HR outcomes.
Explores the attitudes of employees in the healthcare sector in the UK to working in the sector, the values in National Health Service organisations, trust within the health service, and culture change to improve patient care in the NHS.
Shows that for the sixth quarter in a row, employers expect jobs growth – meaning more openings for job seekers but more competition among employers for the right candidates.
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