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As the summer season begins to kick in, we’ve received some fantastic coverage across a range of our current projects. This week, our CEO Oliver Shaw has featured within an opinion piece in the Yorkshire Post, discussing the Northern-based technical talent pool, and the emphasis on businesses to plan for and manage their own skill gaps:

Much of our other varied coverage has focused on our latest research piece; The Conflict Report 2017. Following the fantastic reaction to our Stress Report, published last year, we decided to delve further into another topical subject for the HR profession. Our study of 1,000 UK adults in full or part-time employment found that unfair workloads and inequality between colleagues are leading causes of workplace conflict. Differences in working hours, or taking on bigger workload sizes are also the causes of squabbles for almost 1 in 3 (32%) of UK colleagues:

  • Real Business – Friendship wars named as surprising source of office conflicts – click here for more
  • Business Matters – Wages, workloads and friendship wars are the top cause of office conflict – click here for more
  • Elite Business – This is why your employees squabble in the office – click here for more
  • Business Up North – Wages, workloads and friendships: top causes of office conflict click here for more
  • IT Industry Today – Wages, workloads and friendship wars: top causes of office conflict – click here for more
  • Business Advice – Gossip, rumours and cliques: UK employees reveal the causes of office conflictsclick here for more
  • Topic UK – Wages, workloads and friendships wars… – click here for more

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