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    Office managers share tips for returning to work

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    By Hannah Callaghan, Gett Whether your company is fully returning to the office or choosing a hybrid (partly remote) model, there’s a lot of work that needs to be done. At every company, things will look different. And that’s okay. What’s most important is that you survey your employees and talk to them about their […]

    Bring on a feast at Flesh & Buns

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    By Flesh & Buns Flesh & Buns is a beautiful modern Japanese restaurant, at our heart we’re Izakaya but in our soul we’re willing to push the boundaries and indulge our senses and set our mouths on fire. You’ll find plenty of Flesh, like our smoked in-kitchen brisket and robata-seared salmon smothered in sweet teriyaki. […]

    How To: Make the most of your online meetings

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    By Carys Green, Regional Sales Manager, Integrated Systems at Shure… Online meetings are a natural progression of a more flexible work model, with many employees and employers reaping the benefits the style has to offer. This is especially so if employees are spread out geographically, on the road or adhering to social distancing measures. However, […]

    How to provide the best benefits for both in-person and remote teams

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    By Alex Hind, CEO, Heka… The COVID pandemic has undoubtedly caused disruptions to the traditional style of business operations around the world. With July 19th proclaimed ‘Freedom Day’ in the UK, business leaders are confident in rethinking their post-pandemic workplace cultures, and anticipating a speedy return to the office. There are many, however, who will […]

    An Olympian’s Guide to Workplace Health

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    By Jack Green, Double Olympian and Head of Performance at Champion Health… As the 2021 Olympics approach, it’s a timely opportunity to take a look at how workplace health is absolutely crucial to performance and wellbeing. I was very fortunate to be a professional athlete and represent Great Britain at two Olympic games. But during […]

    CTRL+ALT+DEL: The evolution of the To Do list

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    By Lauren Bradley, founder of The Officials Do you ever feel like your To Do list is 20 pages long? That if you just had one day to reorganise it all, then you could have control again? Then you are in the right place. Today I want to talk to you about the evolution of […]

    Yolking From Home: A fun summer virtual team activity

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    For summer 2021 Steamed Egg have given their much loved virtual game show, Yolking From Home, a heated makeover. The conversational game show for remote teams has been enjoyed by over 7000 guests and 250 companies since it’s launch in 2020. In the summer version, guests will play from a choice of Six interactive online games. […]

    HOW TO: Create an inclusive workplace post-coronavirus

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    By Binna Kandola, Senior Partner and Co-Founder at business psychology firm Pearn Kandola Inclusivity is an essential component in any workplace. It allows employees to experience a shared sense of belonging, which, in turn, enables them to feel comfortable, confident and inspired. An inclusive workplace is one that effectively incorporates differences without eliminating them and […]

    Increasing the employee attention budget – How many apps can you handle?

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    By Tim Christensen, CTO, SocialChorus If there is one thing pretty much every employee everywhere will agree on, it’s that we are all overloaded with information. Emails, texts, WhatsApps, intranet, business applications – the sheer number of messages that each of us must process on a daily basis is staggering. Research from OpenText found that […]

    The traditional benefits employees now care about

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    By David Vanek, Co-founder and CEO of Anorak… As we get nearer to returning to normal, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that 42% of Brits are anxious about returning to the office, having adjusted to working from home for a protracted period. After a tumultuous year, remote working has become an expected perk rather […]