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•    National employee survey reveals a 10% year-on-year increase in staff looking to jump ship with over half of workers (59%) considering changing jobs in 2017•    Confidence in the jobs market has bounced with 10% now reporting it has significantly improved since last year, up from 5% in 2016 outlook
Plans have been revealed for Investors in People to be established as a new independent Community Interest Company (CIC) from 1 February 2017, a move which will enhance the organisation’s ability to deliver for employees, businesses and communities.
•    8 in 10 of women (83%) in full time employment believe gender discrimination is still present in the workplace.•    Almost half of women (45%) think they have personally experienced discrimination in the workplace because of their gender.•    The good news is that statistics have dropped by 5% since our poll in 2015, although it is clear there is still a long way to go. 
NEARLY half of the UK workforce will be looking for new jobs in 2016, with one in 5 workers already actively job hunting, according to new research from Investors in People.
Poor people management is hitting the efficiency of UK businesses by an average of eight per cent, costing UK PLC £84bn a year.
The Department for Employment and Learning and the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) today announced arrangements for the delivery of Investors in People (IiP) in Northern Ireland will change.  From April 1st 2015, the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) will manage the local delivery of Investors in People.
Confidence in labour market reaches new high with 10 per cent rise in new job seekers Investors in People head Paul Devoy calls this a “stark wake-up call” for businesses  
A 19-year-old apprentice at Investors in People has been named one of London’s top apprentices at a ceremony which identified some of the capital’s top talent.  
Britain’s bosses urgently need to update their management style, according to new research from Investors in People.* A survey carried out among workers found that 12% - equivalent to 3.7 million employees** - cannot name one quality they admire in their manager. What’s more, three-quarters admit to talking about their boss behind their back.
Britain’s workers are feeling unloved by their employers, a new poll by Investors in People has found. Over half (54%) of full-time employees feel their employer doesn’t care about their health and wellbeing, as long as they get the job done*.