All is good, at least that is the impression you might get if you look at the fortunes of the US stock market, but then if you hear the rationale put forward to explain the latest jump, you might be left scratching your head, or maybe even tearing at it.
Posted on 12th September 2017 in Coffee Break.
New research from AXA PPP healthcare has revealed aspects of office behaviour that bosses find most irksome. Topping the table of annoyances of a poll of owners, MDs and senior managers were poor time-keeping (32%) and office cliques (31%), with respondents also reporting being repelled by ‘disgusting’ habits such as nose-picking and beard-crumbs (16%), with flirting […]
Research from Wix has today revealed that 44.1% would prefer to be their own bosses and turn their hobby into a business. In fact, 32% of Brits think that they are better at their hobby than at their current job, and over a quarter believe that they could make up to £48,000 pounds a year […]
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Female entrepreneurs are less likely to have failed in setting up a business than men, even though they are more likely to face obstacles, according to new research commissioned by private bank Kleinwort Benson, in partnership with YouGov.
The majority of office workers will spend more time with their colleagues than their friends or family and new research by office space search engine Office Genie reveals that fellow team members’ habits really do grate over time.
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