• Current affairs

    International Women’s Day is a timely reminder for companies to report gender pay gaps

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    With the 4 April deadline for gender pay gap reporting now fast approaching, organisations are running out of time to report their gender pay gaps says Mark Crail, Content Director, XpertHR. At XpertHR, we are still working with a large number of employers, helping them to get their data in order so that they can […]

    Sandals resorts honoured at meetings and incentive travel industry awards

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    Luxury Included Resort Company Takes Home Gold Award for Best Overseas Hotel at Awards Ceremony Sandals Resorts has scooped the Gold Award for ‘Best Overseas Hotel’ for Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort at the annual Meetings and Incentive Travel Industry Awards. Sandals Royal Bahamian came up against major international hotels including W Barcelona, Hotel Arts Barcelona, […]

    Top 10 stories of the week

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    As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and keep up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. 1. What’s the perfect shade of tea? Despite the nation slowly becoming a place for coffee aficionados, obsessed with the different variants on roasted beans in a mug, there’s still a […]

    7 ways a new office can change your working day

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    Firms could be missing out on new business opportunities and failing to attract top talent because they are in the wrong office. Your company’s office, headquarters or workplace is the centre of activity and catalyst for your entire business, and when you’ve invested so much time and money into your premises it can be hard […]

    The Royal Horticultural Halls announce inaugural Asian catering supplier list

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    With the ever-increasing popularity of Asian cuisine whether it’s live street food or fine dining, the Royal Horticultural Halls launches its accredited caterer list to cover the hottest aspects of this vibrant continent. Lorraine Thorne, venue sales manager said “it’s important to us that we can offer clients the best suppliers in every way. Our […]

    Should all companies allow workers to work remotely?

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    Web conferencing, instant messaging and collaborative documents are making it much easier for employees to work from home. With 84 % of British companies now offering these technologies, it’s no surprise that the amount of people working remotely has increased by nearly a quarter of a million over the last decade. We take a look […]

    Office closures and travel warnings as snow sweeps UK

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    People across the country are remaining at home as weather conditions worsen Amber warnings have been issued by the Met Office between 10am Wed 28th and 6pm Thu 1st this week, with red alerts issued in Scotland. Temperatures have dropped to lows of almost -12 degrees Celsius overnight, or 11 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the […]

    What to watch out for on VA Day

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    March is kicking off with the spotlight on Virtual Assistants at London Olympia this Thursday March 1st is VA Day at office* 2018, and attendees will be invited to start the day off with a breakfast panel, where experts will be covering their top tips on making the leap from PA to VA. The panel […]

    Using karaoke as a team-building alternative

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    Ever fancied doing something slightly different with your work team? Perhaps the standard team-building activities just aren’t cutting it and you need to find a new way to bring everyone together. Well, at Lucky Voice we have just the answer to your problems… Join us at our Soho, Islington or Brighton bars for 2 hours […]

    How are high heels damaging workplace productivity?

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    Office productivity is being effected by employees with high heels, according to new reports Last year, the government rejected calls to stop employers being able to force female workers to wear high heels to work. However, constantly wearing high heels can have negative implications to the backs of your employees, which can be detrimental to […]