• In Depth

    Invisible illness: How to support employees suffering in silence

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    In an ideal world, employees should be able to discuss any medical problem with their employer even if they are not immediately apparent. But, in reality, invisible illnesses are often not disclosed due to embarrassment, a lack of awareness or understanding, and a stigma surrounding certain conditions. Sadly, this means that employees aren’t able to get the […]

    Top five considerations when working with a historic venue

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    Whether you are searching for a distinctive venue for a large-scale corporate event, or an intimate space for a directors’ board meeting, there are several elements to consider in order to ensure the event is a success. Here Lisa Hatswell, managing director of Unique Venues of London, offers her top tips on things to think […]

    6 ways to make staff feel safer

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    Only one in three workers feel safe in their own workplace due to steps taken by their employer. That’s according to a survey commissioned by security systems provider Expert Security UK, which polled 2,000 people with the question ‘has your employer taken actions to ensure you feel safe in the workplace,’ with an overwhelming response […]

    Doctor or dentist appointment? You’ll need a note for that

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    Taking time off work to see the doctor or dentist can often be a struggle, through work commitments and other issues that affect our daily working lives. However, if the only time a member of staff can see a dentist or GP is during contracted hours, what legal rights do they have to keep the […]

    Better workplace design = More productivity

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    Phil Sugden, Director at flexible workspace expert Portal, explores the ways CEOs can design their workspace to boost productivity and attract talent, while also keeping costs to a minimum… The workspace of today has evolved far beyond the conventional office portrayed in popular culture, which are typically comprised of sterile white cubicles and grey carpet […]

    TOP TIPS: How to host an outdoor event

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    The sun is starting to poke through the clouds, so now’s the time to start thinking about your summer events. Nicky Brown, Director at Arctic Fox offers a guide… After 2018’s long hot summer, more and more clients are looking to take their events outside and to explore ways in which they can make the […]

    Eight Ways to Stay Motivated in Your Career All Year Round

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    According to a YouGov survey, priorities for 2019 included travel, getting a promotion or pay rise, followed by the resolution to improve mental health. This also includes people looking to eat better, exercise more, care for themselves better, learn new skills and get a new job. However, a survey conducted by Investors People had found 45% […]

    Women in Leadership: It’s Time to Remove the Roadblocks

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    Borderless International Management Consultant Rosalie Harrison is seeking new ways to remove the obstacles in the career paths of female leaders that really work, creating a virtual ‘women in leadership training’ bin that, surprisingly enough, contains almost all the acclaimed tools that are still used to this day. Here she explains how… Last year, I […]

    ACADEMIC VENUES: Roehampton Venues SW15

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    Roehampton Venues SW15 on the edge of Richmond Park, South of Hammersmith Bridge and with close links from London Waterloo offers interchangeable conference space and a selection of modern and historic grade listed venues as well as a 30 bedroom hotel on site. With such a varied portfolio whatever the brief we believe we can […]

    Does it pay to be a social butterfly?

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    Hiscox research has revealed working habits across various industries, pulling the fact from fiction when it comes to the securest of being more productive at work. Ten different industries were surveyed across the UK to see if there was any identification between the different types of workers, along with what drives them. Could anything be […]