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Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Central Hall Westminster joins Westminster Venue Collection

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Central Hall Westminster has joined the Westminster Venue Collection, a consortium of top venues with members now totalling 34. The consortium brings together modern and traditional exhibition spaces, museums, auditoria, conference rooms and banqueting halls to offer all the world-class facilities that London’s iconic City of Westminster has to offer. The Westminster Venue Collection website makes […]

IMEX launches new virtual MICE event

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To support international business events, meetings and incentive travel industry, the IMEX team has created a brand-new virtual experience, due to launch on May 6th and run for several months. With IMEX in Frankfurt cancelled, PlanetIMEX has been designed as a destination in its own right and will feature 3D interactive islands, each created using […]

PA LIFE LOCKDOWN SURVEY #1: We’re working – despite the challenges!

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Almost 90% of PA Life readers have avoided furlough – showing that PAs, EAs and other administrative assistants remain the glue that’s holding together businesses during this time. A survey of PA Life readers has revealed that 89% are still working – although some have been asked to work reduced hours and some have been […]

Over a third of employees have been bullied at work in the last 3 years

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A new study has revealed the extent of bullying in the workplace, with 71% of employees in the UK saying they have either experienced or witnessed bullying at work over the same period. Employment law specialists Kew Law has conducted a major new survey around workplace bullying. They asked employees of 131 companies in the […]

Brits upskilling at tech during lockdown

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‘Technophobe’ Brits have learnt new tech skills during lockdown – including how to video call, send a group text and even use their computer to make a phone call. Research polling 2,000 adults found a quarter previously avoided messaging into group chats, while 23 per cent wouldn’t use video conferencing for work. More than a […]

‘We’ll work from home for as long as it takes’

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New research has revealed that 52% of Brits are happy to continue working from home for as long as is required. However, some 37% admit that they are starting to feel the pressure and 6% admit to already finding this new way of life a struggle. Moneypenny, the outsourced communications provider, polled 2,000 UK workers, […]