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Lisa Carter

The Meetings Show commits to Net Zero Carbon Events Pledge

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The Meetings Show has pledged to reach Net Zero by 2050, cutting carbon emissions by 50% by 2030, in signing the Net Zero Carbon Events Pledge. Working with strategic partner isla, The Meetings Show and its parent company Northstar Travel Group are committing to supporting the net zero goal to inspire change in the travel, […]

How to support Muslim colleagues during Ramadan

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Ramadan has now begun and will thousands of Muslims across the UK fast during the daytime. If you have Muslim colleagues, the TUC has created some excellent guidance on how to support them during this important time for them… Taking a few practical steps to support Muslim workers during Ramadan will help to create a […]

Company culture a priority for more than half of young jobseekers

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Culture is the most important factor when deciding whether to accept a new role for half (50%) of 21–28-year olds in full-time employment, while another 41% of all young job seekers said culture is one of their main considerations, new research has revealed. The survey of 1,000 adults in full-time employment aged 21-28, by emerging talent […]

BACK TO THE OFFICE: Why we’re struggling to concentrate – and tips to improve focus

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During the pandemic working from home presented its own challenges when it came to distractions and troubles with maintaining concentration. Now, as Covid-19 restrictions have lifted, many businesses have returned to the hustle and bustle of in-office life. Though many of us have enjoyed being reunited with our colleagues and favourite commuter coffee shops, transitioning […]

4 in 5 UK businesses are not running sustainable meetings & events

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A new report released by event tech scale-up, HeadBox, reveals a whopping 80% of workplaces are not running sustainable meetings and events according to their employees. Additionally, 44% of those aged 18-24 say the reduction of carbon emissions from travelling to an event is their top reason for preferring certain meetings and events to be […]

Travelling desks: working from home, or wherever you want

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After nearly two years of adjusting to working from home, we’re starting to see a drive for employees to return to offices. In fact, occupancy levels recently hit a high of 27.5%, the highest since COVID first began spreading in March 2020. Although businesses may continue to encourage their workers to return to offices, many of them […]

Brits spend a year worrying about work in their free time

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The average Brit spends almost five hours a week worrying about their job outside of working hours, according to new research. Survey data of 2,000 participants has been released by standing desk retailer, EZ Shopper, to uncover how WFH and the pandemic has blurred the line between personal and work life. The data concluded that […]

The Manchester PA Awards return

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After a two-year hiatus, the Manchester PA Awards 2022 launches today with new award categories, sponsors, and a new event organising partner. The Manchester PA Network has turned to one of the UK’s most established event planners, Manchester-based Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC), to infuse the annual awards with what organisers promise […]

Four budget ways to revamp your office space this spring

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Wouldn’t you rather work in an office space that motivates you and sparks your imagination? As we enter spring, there’s no better time to give your office space an update, and two interior designers have given their top tips on how. After all, 97% of workers believe their workplace symbolises how valued they are as […]

1 in 5 office workers hate submitting expenses – new survey

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Over a quarter (28%) of office workers wish that they didn’t have to submit expenses to recoup costs while at work, new poll data has revealed. The Inconvenient Expenses poll, conducted by Just Eat for Business on LinkedIn, reveals workers attitudes towards handling admin for expenditures like lunch, as well as finding out the average time it […]