A poll of 1,000 UK workers, conducted by EY as part of its 2021 Work Reimagined Employee Survey, found that four in five wanted #flexibility where they worked, and 47 per cent went as far as to say they would consider changing their jobs if flexible working wasn’t an option.

Nearly half of employees would consider leaving their job after the pandemic if their employer did not offer #flexible #working, research has found.

When asked about what sort of flexibility employees wanted, 39% said they would like more choice in when they work, and 43% wanted choice in where they worked.

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The UK’s labour market continued to recover last month, with the number of job vacancies now exceeding pre-Covid levels, official data has revealed.  The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show there were 862,000 job vacancies in April to June this year: an increase of 241,200 (39 per cent) on the previous quarter and 77,500 (10 per cent) higher than the vacancy levels in January to March 2020.

All but one sector saw an increase in the number of vacancies, with the arts, entertainment and recreation sector seeing the most notable increase of 330 per cent.  The number of employees on payroll also increased again in June by 356,000 to 28.9 million, and for the first time since the start of the pandemic, some regions and nations now have employment levels above their pre-pandemic rate.

However, employment across the country is still 206,000 below pre-Covid levels.

As coronavirus restrictions ease, the total number of hours worked across the economy also increased in the last quarter, but is also still below pre-pandemic levels.

It’s coming home! ⚽

England reach Euro 2020 final LIVE reaction: Three Lions beat Denmark in extra-time, Kane equals Lineker goal record, Sterling praised for ‘dark arts’, Mourinho reaction and more after historic night at Wembley

#euro #football #history #newsoftheday #sports

Such a great day @Chester Race Company Ltd on Friday, in the gorgeous Champagne Garden 🏇

Thank you for having us!

Really pleased to announce that Helen Berry our Senior Business Manager for Chester/Warrington, is celebrating her 3 year work #anniversary with us today.

Helen Berry joined us in 2018, maintaining the success of our #HR sector, Helen has brilliantly proved that she is an essential part of Heyland and the success of our HR sector.

It has been an absolute pleasure and I am so proud to have you on our team, your talents and commitment to #Heyland have been impeccable.

Sending heartiest wishes to a fabulous employee!

Andy Heyland

#recruitment #hr #team #success #workanniversary #humanresources

 

The Kings School

Helen and the team at Heyland have been a great support to The Kings School in providing us with a first class recruitment service. The consultants are specialists in their field and this is evident in the speed and accuracy of the shortlists presented.

They have taken time to really understand us as a business and have successfully placed a number of great candidates with us.

They maintain an excellent working relationship with their clients post appointment which is invaluable, in addition they keep us up to date with market changes and dynamics within the area of recruitment.  I would have no hesitation in recommending their services. Thanks for your ongoing support.

Andrea Millard, HR Director, The Kings School