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    Taking a social media break could make you a better worker

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    As the UK continues to embrace the digital age, most of us never seem to be off our phone. For many across the country, checking their phone is the first thing they do in the morning and the last thing they do at night, but bringing social media into the office is still very much […]

    How Facebook has changed the way we work

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    Stuart Logan, Chief HR Officer at SoftServe explains how his company has utilised Workplace by Facebook to help its global employees stay in touch In October 2016, Facebook announced the launch of its corporate social network, Workplace. People work in different ways, and Workplace’s mission is to help them stay connected. For SoftServe, a global […]

    Is your company prepared for future technology?

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    Technology is continuing to change, and companies have had to adapt quickly to keep relevant in the shifting landscape, but just how has it altered the way we see the business world? Business Energy comparison specialist Love Energy Savings has investigated the changes in tech and has spoken to industry experts to identify the best […]

    Is your work ethic affecting your relationship?

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    Your organisation in the office could be the key to a successful love life, according to new studies. A survey by Rescue Remedy revealed that relationships regularly reach breaking point due to a lack of organisation and communication skills, with many across the country admitting their partner is often responsible for being late for work, […]

    Offices urged to reflect a diverse Britain

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    Workplaces need to do more to embrace their diverse workforce, according to new figures that show Brits are still feeling discriminated against in the office. Inspiring Inclusion in the Workplace by Badenoch and Clark has revealed that although businesses have grown significantly more diverse in the past 50 years, office culture still has some catching […]

    PAs desire to feel valued

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    Contrary to our own Twitter poll that shows colleagues are the most important aspect of a job, the new Hays What Workers Want Report 2017 reveals PAs are heavily influenced by pay when deciding whether to stay in a job or accept a new one. PAs value pay to ensure they are adequately compensated for […]

    Talking about gender pay won’t close the gap

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    Nearly a half of bosses don’t think that reporting the gender pay gap will invite change, according to new reports. In a statement by Employee Benefits, employers raised concerns that while women could continue to receive less pay compared to their male equivalents, more needs to be done other than just talking about it. Over […]

    Workers reveal their biggest distractions

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    Social media has been ranked top of most Brits’ biggest daily distractions as part of new studies. A report by Fleximize has revealed that few British workers actually stay focussed throughout the day, with millions potentially wasting more than half an hour each day when they should be working. From the highest senior employees to […]

    Productivity at risk through summer months

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    Managers need to do more to perk up their workers during the summer, according to a new report by Peldon Rose. The Happy office survey examined how companies could be doing more to boost productivity when the sun starts to shine and the office becomes less enticing. From a change in the office layout to […]

    How important is pay in your perfect job?

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    Experts have revealed the best British job position, which should offer perks such as flexible working hours and a generous salary. In a study by OnePoll.com, Brits were asked to describe their dream job and all the benefits that come with it; and while pay and personalities were highly ranked, the most important factor didn’t […]