Workers in Britain are the least satisfied with their office ambience, according to new research by workplace solutions provider, Steelcase.
You might think that marketing yourself around a major football tournament is quite easy? You just show some fans enjoying your product while watching the football; an alcoholic drinks company, a brand-spanking new TV, betting apps, maybe a takeaway.
British workers are more likely to have their best business ideas sat at their desk, on the morning commute or even in the shower than in the boardroom, according to a new poll of office workers.
Posted on 2nd June 2016 in Bits & Bytes.
When it comes to stress, work is said to be the biggest culprit. More stressful than relationship issues, money problems and even health worries, according to Mind, 41% of people are stressed or very stressed in their jobs.
In 2005, at the age of 15, Dean Jenkins was told he had the reading age of an eight-year old. He grew up with dyslexia and dyscalculia, meaning he left school with few prospects. But now, eleven years later, Dean is the founder of start-up Codez Academy.
With less than two weeks to go until Euro 2016 kicks off, leading law firm Blake Morgan has warned employers to ensure they have policies in place to manage staff who decided to “pull sickies” to watch matches.
Uber has teamed up with a number of investment firms to give entrepreneurs the chance to pitch to investors during a 20 minute Uber ride.
With recent headlines discussing the issue of what’s acceptable to wear in the office, new research from Regus has found that established ideas about dress code and being well and truly challenged by today’s workforce.
Flexible working – including working from home – is both law and a trend. Businesses may not legally be allowed to deny a flexible working request bar for genuine business reasons, but more and more companies are encouraging it, realising the cultural benefits among the workforce. As a result, more and more people are now […]
Posted on 24th May 2016 in Bits & Bytes.
With summer fast approaching, 48% of the UK workforce are not planning their summer holiday, instead they are looking to swap their briefcase for a backpack and travel the world.