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    WHITE PAPER: Helping travellers, bookers and organisations think and choose better

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    The business travel industry is often based on booking habits and policy compliance. Unfortunately, not enough businesses are questioning if they are spending the right amount on their travel programme and travelling in the right way, or even considering the impact travel has on their employee wellbeing and the overall productivity.  Capita Travel and Events […]

    Top tips for Christmas party planning

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    By Amy Mantle, Event Manager, VIVA Blackpool The festive season is fast approaching and the annual ‘Christmas in July’ awareness month is upon us! Turkey and tinsel will soon be rife and there is nothing more exciting than the company Christmas party! However for the party organiser, it can be a daunting time and an […]

    63% of HR pros say gap year helps applicants stand out

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    Reports from the Department of Education reveal that 88% of students who took a gap year believe it made them more employable, while a survey by YouGov also found that 63% of HR professionals believed a constructive gap year can make a job application stand out. Reports collated by Fresh Student Living looks into the facts behind […]

    Is Killing Eve killing your business?

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    Adrian Lewis, Director at Activ Absence, on TV binge viewing leading to sickies & what employers can do about it… New research from the Radio Times[i] has found that almost one in five people (18%) have said they had specifically called in sick so they could watch TV at home. They also found that half of […]

    Becoming a more sustainable brand through employee engagement

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    When talking about sustainability, there are some brands who are way ahead of the game. Others, however, have fallen behind. Brands that embrace a more sustainable approach have a lot to gain; it helps the brand appeal to a wider audience and save money in the long run. But in order to achieve a more […]

    Working extra hours affects relationships, say Brits

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    Figures by the TUC revealed that, since 2001, the number of employees working 48-hour weeks has risen by a quarter of a million to three million, while half a million British workers suffered from work-related stress in 2018, and 44% said it was due to workload. With the World Health Organisation defining ‘burnout’ as “a syndrome” […]

    5 motivation hacks that actually work

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    For employers and employees alike, there is one aim when it comes to making a workplace better. The end goal is always to create a better working environment that motivates staff, encourages productivity and produces great results. So, how do we stay motivated? Employees need to enjoy their work and have the resources in order […]

    Roomex eBook: How The Wellness of Executive Assistants Impacts the Bottom Line

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    Stress in the workplace is high for the majority of roles, but in particular – for personal assistants. 73% of PAs feel stressed at work on a daily basis. Since their day to day workload is heavy and ever changing, it can be difficult to build up processes. Business admin tasks come with the job – yet a […]

    TUTANKHAMUN: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh

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    Having been to LA and seen by over 1 million people and presently a sell-out success in Paris, the Saatchi Gallery and London is bracing itself for Tutankhamun mania from November 2019. This video is a sneak preview of what all the fuss is about; 150 of the world’s greatest treasures together under one roof […]

    The rise of the male PA

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    It’s time for more men to consider taking a role as a PA or EA, says Claire Gray, co-founder of Bain and Gray. Change is happening – but slowly… Long gone are the days where job roles were stereotypically matched to a certain gender. For example, more women are starting to embrace a career in […]