• Current affairs

    More than half of affairs start at work

    With more than a third of our life spent in the...

    Research reveals the factors that affect staff retention

    Job hopping is becoming the norm, but it does still leave...

    Work-related driving accidents kill 541 people in 2016

    According to the latest Road Casualties Report from the Department for...

    Poor meeting preparation is costing businesses time and money

    Badly prepared, over-running business meetings are harming businesses, say the directors...

    A new survey reveals the isolation felt by sole traders such as VAs

    While it can seem like a dream set up, if you’ve...

    Employees say working flexibly allows them to escape boring or annoying colleagues, according to Regus

    What are the benefits of working flexibly? Many are well documented...

    The gender pay gap is leading to a reduction of pension contributions for women

    There is a ‘gap’ between the amount that men and women...

    Stonewall launches Proud Employers for LGBT candidates

    Stonewall, the lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) equality charity, has...

    Having multiple pension pots leads to confusion for employees

    Nearly one in five employees have built up three or more...

    The true cost of the first year of employment is nearly double the employee's salary

    The true cost of hiring staff is almost double their salary...

    The biggest distractions revealed

    New research has found that contrary to popular belief, home working...

    Working parents only spend two hours a day with their children

    Working parents across Britain spent an average of just two hours...