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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Mental illness could cost 50 million years of lost work

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released a report that shows the stark reality of the cost of mental illness on businesses. The study estimates that 12 billion working days – equivalent to 50 million years – will be lost between now and 2030. The WHO has also found that failing to effectively treat mental […]

Larger corporates more likely to conduct travel risk assessments than SMEs

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Double the number of larger corporates than SMEs (53% compared to 25%) say that they conduct risk assessments only if the employee is travelling to an area deemed high risk, according to the latest research from Collinson Group. Asked if their business has a corporate travel risk partner in place in addition to a travel […]

UK buyers to benefit from The Meetings Show’s flexible hosted buyer offering

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The Meetings Show’s highly flexible semi-hosted buyer option is expected to increase in size as UK buyers – particularly those from Greater London with busy schedules – use it to guarantee that time out of the office meeting international and domestic suppliers is as productive and successful as possible. The semi-hosted buyer option, which includes […]

Flexible working is key for Londoners

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New research from the CIPD shows that flexible workers in the capital are more satisfied with their jobs, feel under less pressure and have better work-life balance than those who don’t work flexibly. The research also highlights the amount of time Londoners spend commuting – an average of 47 minutes travelling to work each way, […]