If you are thinking about a career change in 2016, then you might want to have a look at the burgeoning cybersecurity market which is expected to grow from $75 billion in 2015 to $170 billion by 2020.
How does your working day start? Wake up at 6am, drive your car in angry rush hour traffic, or get on an overcrowded non-ventilated form of transport? Are you exhausted and fed up by the time you arrive at work? What about when you arrive at work? Does the layout of your desk give you neck ache, or does the chatting of your colleagues distract you?
The normal 9-5 Monday to Friday office-based routine is becoming less of a norm with the increasing popularity and opportunities for flexible working practices. Both employees and employers are starting to see the benefits that this style of working can bring. How can your company introduce flexible working and what are the benefits it may bring?
New year, New Job? More than one in five employees expected to seek out new role in 2016, with better pay and benefits being the biggest motivator!
Nearly half of would-be leavers want better pay and benefits (Source: Getty)
More than one in five (21 per cent) employees will be polishing off their CV and looking for a new job in 2016.
A survey of 1,000 full-time employees released today by people management consultancy Penna discovered that nearly half (48 per cent) of those planning to leave for pastures new were doing so to seek out better pay and benefits, while 44 per cent wanted more opportunities to develop and 32 per cent long for a change from what they are currently doing.