Nearly a quarter (24%) or around 7.5 million workers in Britain have expressed their desire for homeworking, claiming they would rather work from home just one day a week than receive a pay rise.
The number of people who say they regularly work from home has grown by almost a fifth (19%) over the past decade, according to research published by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) to mark National Work From Home Day.
Eighteen year old Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen might still be a teenager, but his eyes are set firmly on reaching the top. He knows exactly where he’s going – not only on the race-track, but in his life. He’s ambitious – to be his own man, to be a success as a racing driver, […]
Posted on 19th May 2016 in Bits & Bytes.
Nearly a third of workers in Europe still consider the fax machine (remember those?!) to be an ‘essential’ part of business operations, and more important than tablets.
After barely surviving relegation last May, Ladbrokes were offering odds of 5000/1 for Leicester City being crowned champions in 2016. Simply put, it wasn’t going to happen. But in a remarkable season that has underlined the enigmatic essence of the beautiful game, Claudio Ranieri’s team claimed win after win to produce one of the most […]
Donald Trump has certainly run an unconventional campaign, however as we get closer to the election the ‘shock and awe’ tactics will probably change. According to Wikipedia; “Shock and Awe, (technically known as rapid dominance) is a military doctrine based on the use of overwhelming power and spectacular displays of force to paralyze the enemy’s […]
Can a business legally force its female workers to wear high heels? Questions over gender equality and dress code are nothing new. How often do we read or see stories of female students battling with their school over their choice to wear trousers instead of a skirt? But the issue has been raised once again […]