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    Molly Dyson

    PA Life Club members test their Oscars knowledge at Searcys 30 Pavilion Road

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    PA Life Club members gathered for a networking evening at Searcys 30 Pavilion Road this week, where they tested their knowledge of the silver screen – past and present – to compete for three magnums of champagne. The evening began with networking and delicious canapés and a selection of bowl food that showcased the catering […]

    Are you approaching burnout?

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    Discover the burnout signs you need to look out for and how to reignite, says EA Abigail Jones Burnout, another way of describing multiple chronic stress over an extended period of time, is something that can affect anyone regardless of gender, age and job title. Millennial females are now experiencing it before the age of […]

    London top picks

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    Be in with a chance of winning a trip to Venice courtesy of Hand Picked Hotels this February. Plus, receive a complimentary lunch with Corrigan’s Mayfair, book your next Christmas party early with Hilton, receive 10% off at Brown’s Old Jewry, or use Condé Nast Johansens as your next venue finding service. Whatever the requirement, […]

    More than half of affairs start at the office

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    With more than a third of our life spent in the workplace, we often spend more time with our colleagues than we do our own partners at home and it is inevitable that relationships can grow increasingly intimate. With such closeness, the workplace has become the number one place for affairs to take place. Rebootonline.com […]

    Top 10 stories of the week

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    We’re sad to say our editor Amelia Walker has left the magazine this week. Amelia has worked very hard on carrying the PA Life brand forward and she will be dearly missed. I’ll be taking on the role of editor and I’m looking forward to continuing the great work we’ve put into the magazine over […]

    Glassdoor research reveals the factors that affect staff retention

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    Job hopping is becoming the norm, but it does still leave employers in a tight spot; recent research shows the total cost of the first year of employment is often double the staff member’s annual salary. Glassdoor has studied more than 5000 transitions on CVs from its database and believes it has found the factors […]

    Work-related driving accidents kill 541 people in 2016

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    According to the latest Road Casualties Report from the Department for Transport (DfT), 541 people were killed in collisions involving a work-related driving accident in 2016. In addition, 4,822 were seriously injured and more than 40,000 were slightly injured. Venson Automotive Solutions highlights the need for SMEs to focus on the safety of their vehicles […]

    Poor meeting preparation is harming businesses

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    Badly prepared, over-running business meetings are harming businesses, say the directors and managers who are wasting almost three days on average a year in unproductive meetings. To make matters worse, more than a half (51%) of UK business managers say they have been to meetings where documents were found to be missing or else incorrect, […]

    Business Travel Show off to a flying start

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    The Business Travel Show opened yesterday to thousands of buyers and suppliers. PA Life is still on site at stand B500, ready to greet visitors for day two. Networking flourished throughout day one, with several suppliers running drinks receptions and demos on their stands, including CTI, FCM Travel Solutions, Tristar Worldwide and American Express Global […]

    Business Travel Show: Day two networking overview

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    The Business Travel Show is full of networking opportunities, from scheduled events taking place on supplier stands throughout the exhibition to the huge Central Café and its ample seating for impromptu meetings. Here’s a brief preview of what’s on today. Business Traveller Cellars in the Sky Where: Stand B758 When: 12pm-1pm and 2.30pm-3.30pm What: Business Traveller magazine will be showcasing […]