Those who say their jobs lack meaning tend to be male, work in the private sector and do manual, casual or low-grade work In his new book, ‘A World without Work’, British economist Daniel Susskind predicts that automation will soon cause underemployment. One of his concerns is how people will...
After years of uncertainty Brexit has finally crystallised, and the deadline is tomorrow. Although trade negotiations and legislative work will take years more, there is now a degree of stability which has been sorely lacking - and it seems to be leading to buoyant public sentiment.
Political uncertainty surrounding the general election has gone, and we now have a Government with a strong mandate and a clear direction on Brexit. The clarity has freed consumer confidence to tick upwards during December.
Most British Christmas shoppers dodge the bustle of busy high streets and opt to shop online
Consumer confidence has ticked upwards by 1.1 points to 105.1 despite the uncertainty of an impending general election, according to the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Over three quarters of Brits want to raise taxes for the richest of the rich – but more than eight in ten believe they’d just find a way to avoid paying.
Consumer confidence hovers perilously close to negative territory - a foreboding milestone it has avoided for six years - according to the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Outsourcing might be associated with large organisations, but most SMEs outsource at least one function.
The latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research shows that most Britons expect the country to be in recession this time next year.
Job interviews are stressful and nerves can lead to mistakes. But which are harmless and which are unforgiveable? YouGov’s latest whitepaper, Success in the modern workplace, reveals all.