Career Climbers

Working Hours: Which Nations Work the Longest?

Career Climbers / 9th September 2019

When counting down those last few minutes until the weekend, your next holiday, or even lunchtime, have you considered how hard you are working in comparison to other people? To...

Employees Demand Off-Cycle Pay Options

Career Climbers / 5th September 2019

Some 62% of employees say off-cycle pay options, such as the ability to choose pay frequency, would make a difference when considering a job offer. This is according to the...

Burnout is a Syndrome: How to Lose the Workplace Blues

Career Climbers / 30th August 2019

Stressed at work? Take a breath. You are not alone. While the World Health Organisation (WHO) is just now recognising burnout, a result of stress, as an “occupational phenomenon,” the...

Nearly A Quarter of Businesses Worldwide are Spying on Their Employees 

Career Climbers / 21st August 2019

As more businesses invest in surveillance technology to monitor and track employees in the workplace, questions are raised around whether the benefits override growing concerns around digital ethics, and if...

Poor Employee Financial Wellness Linked to Productivity Decline 

Career Climbers / 12th August 2019

98% employers admit that employee financial wellbeing impacts their business, particularly regarding employee productivity and engagement 90% millennials are willing to share their personal data in exchange for financial wellness...

Female FTSE 100 Report 

Career Climbers / 25th July 2019

Following The Female FTSE Board Report 2019 published earlier this month, women make up 32% of FTSE 100 directors, up 3% from last year. However, with the average tenure of female directors...

One in Three Companies Have Loosened Job Requirements to Hire in a Tight Labor Market, Adecco USA Survey Finds

Career Climbers / 18th July 2019

As the unemployment rate has continued to reach historic lows, a new report from Adecco USA, part of the world’s leading workforce solutions company, found that 37% of employers have loosened job...

Future Skills Centre Announces $7.65 Million to Help Prepare Mid-Career Workers For New Opportunities

Career Climbers / 10th July 2019

Canada’s complex and changing labour market requires mid-career workers to adapt, retrain, and/or upskill to be successful today and in the future economy. Future Skills Centre – Centre des Compétences futures has announced a $7.65...

U.S. Conference of Mayors, Wells Fargo Award $1 Million to Cities for Local Revitalization, Economic Development, Job Creation

Career Climbers / 5th July 2019

The U.S. Conference of Mayors and Wells Fargo have announced that Mayors Tim Keller of Albuquerque, N.M.; Keisha Bottoms of Atlanta; Toni Harp of New Haven, Conn.; and John Noak of Romeoville, Ill., are the top honorees with the 2019 CommunityWINS® Grant Program....

Only Half of London Tech Talent Believe They’re Paid Fairly Given Capital’s Cost of Living

Career Climbers / 25th June 2019

Hired, the career marketplace that matches tech talent with the world’s most innovative companies, has released its annual global State of Salaries Report 2019. The report found that the average...

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