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    Is Brexit making your colleagues too political in the workplace?

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    With Boris and Brexit constantly in the news, it’s not surprising to learn that a study by Jobsite found that 46 per cent of UK employees have noticed a large increase in the number of political discussions in the workplace since the EU referendum. Of course, employees have a right to have their own opinions about political and […]

    National Stress Awareness Month: Brexit detrimental to Brits’ mental health

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    Wellbeing charity Ben says Brexit is having a detrimental effect on Brits’ mental health, with workplace issues such as job security for employees and bosses grappling with the future of their business taking a toll. The new data identifies potential correlation between key Brexit events since the 2016 referendum and poor levels of mental health […]

    Jobs market steady despite Brexit uncertainty

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    The professional jobs market is still remaining steady amid the chaos surrounding Brexit, according to new data from a survey compiled by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) on behalf of the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo). Professional recruitment firms reported that demand for permanent talent fell by 3% year-on-year in February 2019, while vacancies for […]

    ‘Brexit Rage Room’ launches for stressed Britons

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    A bespoke team building company has launched the UK’s first ‘Brexit Rage Room’, to give frustrated teams the opportunity to vent their anger about the UK leaving the EU, or the way the government is dealing with the situation, whilst having fun. The room will include pinatas of politicians, a full-size double decker bus to […]

    Brexit – some good news for City venues

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    Nearly 77 per cent of City venues are expecting an increase in revenue in the next 12 months, despite the apparent uncertainty caused by Brexit. A survey, carried out by London City Selection (LCS) – a consortium of city venues and suppliers – uncovered several other positive findings. Notably, that 70 per cent of respondents […]

    Are your employees suffering from Brexit anxiety?

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    In 2016, 30 million British people voted on possibly the biggest political decision of this generation—whether or not to remain part of the European Union. Whatever their reasons for voting, 52% of those votes were to leave—and at the end of March, that is what the UK is going to do. Regardless of political opinion, […]

    How to prepare your travellers for Brexit

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    As we approach the impending withdrawal from the EU, many travellers are still in the dark about how Brexit will impact the way we travel. With that in mind, Peter Snowdon, head of global account management at TAG, shares his insights on how travellers can best deal with the changes. Although a lot of uncertainty […]

    Join the PA Life panel at The PA Show

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    Chaired by PA Life’s editor Jade Burke, the session will cover all things Brexit and business travel, including visas, price fluctuations and travel insurance.   This year at The PA Show, Jade Burke, editor of PA Life, will be hosting an exclusive panel session focussing on Brexit and how business travel may be affected. Dubbed […]

    Top stories of the week

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    As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. 5 minutes with… Mary Portas We’ve heard from the PAs themselves about their day-to-day lives in the workplace, but we’ve decided to ditch the rule book and speak to a boss […]

    Join the PA Life panel on Brexit & business travel at The PA Show 2019

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    PA Life is looking for panellists to discuss how Brexit may impact business travel over the next few months during the annual London show. Are you responsible for booking your company’s business travel? Whether its organising a chartered flight, sourcing a new travel management company (TMC) or researching visas, we’d like to hear from you. […]