Disabled workers helping to get a job

What help is available for disabled workers In light of the start of the Paralympic games, by the same token what accessible Apprenticeships are available for disabled workers? Disabled people are disabled by the lack of understanding of the barriers they can face every day of their lives. The social model v Medical model? What […]

Dress code in the workplace

Business casual dress for women and men Dress code in the workplace should be reasonable, and make it a legitimate requirement for both women and men to justify its purpose. Employers can set an affordable traditional of dress and appearance that suits their trade, as long as they are do not discriminate. It is discriminatory […]
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Gender Pay Gap

Gender pay gap what women should know Many employers can agree to do more to close the gender pay gap. Building and creating a more equale workforce is what we should be striving for. However, how can we do that if women are not represented equally in the labour force through their pay? The gender pay […]

How can employers help young people with UK skills gap

Young people searching for jobs At jobyet.co.uk we draw in a significant number of young people searching for jobs. Some are searching for part-time weekend and evening work. To help fund their education. Others are searching for temporary positions, or graduate occupations and some school leavers who are hoping to start their apprenticeship. While these […]

How job and skill shortage affects the UK

Skill shortage in the UK There seems to be a problem facing the UK. With the realisation that a lack of talent and skill shortage mean. That people are being mismatched, for jobs required to ensure the UK economy grows. Employers are finding it difficult to fill positions according to the Employer Skills Survey (ESS). […]

Black people face invisible barriers in the workplace

Black people face invisible barriers in the workplace Research has shown that “Black people face invisible barriers, reinforces by biased and inconsistent performance management and selection process.” According to Acas: (Help & advice for employers and employees) “The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against employees, job seekers and trainees because of their […]

Austerity and brexit, what will change

Austerity and Brexit, what will change For many in society, austerity has brought nothing but misery and has not done what the government claimed it would when first introduced. History may show that working class people are amongst the first to feel the impact of economic downturn and further impact on employment, housing, education health […]

Bullying and harassment in the workplace

Workplace bullying and harassment Bullying and harassment in the workplace are still a real issue. According to research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, one in five UK workers have faced bullying and harassment at work; it has also been found that it is one of the leading causes of absenteeism from work and […]

Can’t find a job yet

Can’t find a job yet what can I do An extended period of unemployment can have low self-esteem and low bank balance. If you have been posting across town with CV and still aren’t getting any interviews, it is easy to sink into frustration and despair. You can take some small comfort in the knowledge […]
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Governments Bereavement Planned Disaster

Governments Bereavement planned changes in April could leave future widowed parents in upheaval Hearing the sad story of terminally ill Alan and Rachel on LBC (Saturday 1st April) left me cold and bewildered with the Governments plans to cut this significant benefit to bereaved husbands, wives and civil partners. Alan is terminally ill, and if […]