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Thursday, February 10, 2022

TinnitusWeek: Employers ‘must do their bit’ to reduce risk

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By Gavin Scarr Hall, Director of Health & Safety at Peninsula Tinnitus affects around 10% of adults in the UK. That’s around six million people that experience a ringing, buzzing, hissing or other sounds in the ears or head, to varying degrees. For some people, it can be ignored or might be a mild annoyance. But […]

MEET UP IN PICTURES: The Architecture of Gifting

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PA Life readers enjoyed our second physical Meet Up event of 2022 last week, in partnership with bespoke gifting specialists The Midas I and Charlie Allen Bespoke Tailors – Check out all the pictures from what was a great evening of networking. The Meet Up introduced the Architecture of Gifting from The Midas I, a bespoke […]

Lighting’s not just for Rock & Roll

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Vector Lighting and Audio Visual has seen a revolution in lighting over the past 30 years. Whether lighting a theatre, stage or retail window, LED’s have transformed efficiency and many of the effects that can be achieved. Business space Lighting From corporate receptions, meeting spaces and circulation areas, lighting has increasingly played its part along […]

Support services among the best industry for women to work

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Interested in women’s progress in the workplace, Reboot Digital PR Agency sought to determine which UK industry women are thriving in the most. They did so by evaluating factors including female representation, women in higher positions, gender pay gap and female bonuses using the latest data from the Labour Force Survey (LFS). The research found […]

One in four workers don’t feel adequately trained to do their jobs

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Millions of workers across the UK may be undertrained for their current jobs, with one in four feeling that they haven’t received sufficient training to succeed in their roles. New research by LMS provider Digits suggests that only 73% of employees are confident that they have been properly trained to do their jobs. As many as one in six […]