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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Searcys recognises values and quality at inaugural staff recognition awards

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Searcys, the iconic collection of restaurants, bars and venues, honoured staff across its portfolio at the inaugural Searcys Awards held at Inner Temple, London last night. The event marked the outstanding achievements of Searcys employees, and highlighted the dedication, care and compassion they show every day in the workplace. The nominations for the seven ‘Searcys […]

Only 1 in 5 employees take a traditional lunch break

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New research has found that the traditional hour-long lunch break is disappearing, with only one in five employees taking their full allowance. Worryingly, half of those surveyed by recruiter Right Management said they work through their lunch break, while most of the rest take less than 30 minutes. The law states that employees working six […]

App of the week: Charlie

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Welcome back to our weekly spotlight on helpful apps. We focus on a variety of products that are useful for work, personal use, or both, providing our own thoughts on the apps and what you can do with them. This week we get briefed on our meeting attendees with Charlie. An intro to Charlie Your big […]

Office workers confess their shameful sins

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Recent data suggests UK office workers are taking less time off work in the wake of Brexit, but a new survey by online coffee retailer Novell Coffee finds they’re still managing to misbehave. The survey of 10,000 people revealed some of the most shameful since employees have committed at the office, with a third admitting […]

7 signs you’re approaching burnout at work

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Stress is truly a silent killer. It builds up slowly until the pressure becomes too much for you to handle. However, you can stop it from getting that far if you pay attention to your body. Here are seven signs that you’re approaching burnout at work. 1 You’re cynical If you find yourself getting sarcastic […]

Happiness breeds success: How to start afresh in 2017

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The idea of engagement is one that has become prevalent in the business world over the last few years, with the new generation of employees valuing happiness over pay. Here, global strategist and business coach Jan Mühlfeit discusses why success actually follows happiness, not the other way around For many people, 2016 was a year […]