Workers have revealed their top ten bugbears when it comes to office annoyances, with dirty desks, coughing and sneezing and lunch thieves proving to be the worst.
Asking our Twitter users if we’ve reached the end of the traditional business suit and how often our readers dress in formal attire for the office, the results were polarising.
This could be the year we see an end to traditional business attire, according to new research by Travelodge. Examining the modern workplace, Brits are more likely to be found sporting jeans and trainers than a full suit, with around 70% preferring to dress comfortably.
Here are some tips on how to boost your motivation at work throughout 2018.
This issue boasts features focusing on business travel, training and recruitment.
As Dry January reaches its end, Lecturer in Post-registration Health Care at the University of Derby Gerri Mortimore is asking; is alcohol really all that bad?
The UK is at risk of losing a ‘common culture’ and could become more demanding and arrogant, according to the annual Childwise monitor report.
Dubbed How to take control of your own development, PA Life’s editor Jade Burke will be joined on stage by panellists Catherine Arden, theatre director, trainer and speaker, Ben Bushell, PA from the Dorchester Collection Academy, David Clubb, MD of Tate, and Hannah Jepson, EA from Facebook.
PA Life’s Toby Cruse gets his hands on the latest ‘handshake’ ergonomic mouse by Dutch designer BakkerElkhuizen.