One-third of buyers will have bigger corporate travel budgets in 2019, according to research by the Business Travel Show. Bigger travel budgets for 30 per cent of European buyers are expected this year according to research by the Business Travel Show. The poll of 134 European buyers also showed a slight increase in the number […]
European buyers set to increase travel budgets in 2019
2018 Top reasons for work-related stress last year and how to deal with them in 2019
The start of the New Year means that you’ve hopefully forgotten the troubles of the past and can concentrate on a fresh new you. But with almost 600,000 workers who suffered stress-related illnesses in 2018, how can we make sure that you feel better over the next 12 months? Recent figures from Health and Safety […]
Today is ‘career move Monday’, will you be seeking a new job?
The first working Monday of the year has consistently seen a spike in job seekers, new research has found. Year-on-year job search engine Adzuna.co.uk has reported seeing a 36 per cent uplift in users compared to any average Monday. Web traffic regularly peaks at 1pm on the first working Monday – meaning Brits are using […]
Is ‘Victoria Beckham Syndrome’ stopping you getting a promotion?
As 61 per cent of adults have been wrongly considered miserable, we ask are you guilty of ‘Posh Spice Syndrome’? Are you similar to Victoria Beckham with people mistaking you for being ‘moody’ just because you aren’t smiling? Well, according to new research it could be holding you back from your next promotion. With nearly […]
Opinion: Why learning to say ‘no’ at work could improve your wellbeing
As an assistant it’s not always easy to say ‘no’, especially to your boss but for your wellbeing and sanity sometimes it’s important to avoid constantly saying ‘yes’. Dr Audrey Tang is a chartered psychologist and author, discusses why it’s important to remember to say no. View saying yes as filling a glass – there will come […]
Have you quit your New Year’s diet already?
Half of Brits struggle to keep up their New Year’s diet because they find healthy food boring. Do you find healthy food boring? It seems many Brits do as three in ten found the idea of eating healthily dull. New research found from Tilda discovered that healthy food would stop them from carrying on with […]
How to motivate yourself to get back to work in January
Going back to work in January is for most people, the least motivated you’ll feel all year, due to the early sunsets and dragging ourselves out of bed after enjoying a week of lie-ins. Vincenzo Ferrara shares some helpful hints below to give you the best advice that should help you feel more awake and motivated […]
Opinion: 6 months on, how’s your GDPR journey so far?
As we start back at work, it’s time for many of us to get back into the right frame of mind to be motivated and work hard. However, with GDPR still hanging over many of our heads, that motivation might be lacking a little. Karen Holden, lawyer and founder of A City Law Firm, talks about […]
How long does it take you to get ‘back into the saddle’ after the festive break
Re-adjusting to early mornings, a mountain of work that piled up over the festive break and dealing with challenging clients are all things that take their toll in early January. The majority of us won’t start functioning properly until almost a full working week has passed, a new study has discovered. The research of 2,000 […]
Give up meat, not alcohol this January
The latest diet fad that hopes to make you feel fit and healthy in 2019 is to keep the booze and ditch the meat for January. Otherwise known as Veganuary, the craze hopes that people will give up meat to benefit both their individual health and the environment. Figures released by VoucherCodes.co.uk has revealed the […]