4 in 10 UK female police officers think about quitting due to low moraleJul 16, 3:14 pm
London, July 16 (ANI): Four in 10 women police officers in the UK have considered leaving the force because of low morale, according to a survey.e study conducted by the Independent Police Commission revealed that female officers cited reasons including lack of flexible working and issues surrounding childcare.The survey, covering 3,410 women officers in England and Wales , found 40 percent of female officers said they had given serious thought to leaving the force, The BBC reports.Over three quarters were downbeat about what the future held for the service, the survey revealed.Independent Police Commission chairman Lord Stevens said they have learnt that 'morale is a key issue facing our police service at present.'"The police service plays a key role in our society and with evidence showing that where morale is high, best performance is attained, it is crucial that we give due consideration to addressing these concerns," the report quoted Stevens, as saying. (ANI)
Holiday office parties may do more harm than good Dec 12, 10:26 am
Washington, Dec. 12 (ANI): A new study has found that office holiday bashes, which are thrown with the intention of promoting team unity, leave members of racially diverse groups feeling more disconnected than connected from other co-workers.Full Story »
Experts say line between professional and personal life 'blurring' Dec 10, 11:16 am
Washington, Dec. 10 (ANI): A new study has shown that now-a-days employers disregard the motto of keeping professional and personal lives separate, and like to profit from their employees 'free' time and non-professional aptitudes.Full Story »
Wearing trainers at work may help you earn more respect Dec 9, 9:56 am
London, Dec 09 (ANI): While it is often customary to wear formal attire at the workplace, a new study has claimed that wearing more casual clothes to the office can enhance an employee's standing among co-workers.Full Story »
It's official! Pregnant women do experience discrimination at work Dec 8, 11:26 am
London, Dec. 8 (ANI): A new study has confirmed that many expecting women experience unfair and unlawful treatment at work, and some even get sacked just for taking maternity leave.Full Story »
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