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    ‘Manly’ bosses are failing workers during the pandemic

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    UK workers are increasingly seeking leadership traits such as empathy and vulnerability in the workplace – but bosses aren’t demonstrating or rewarding these behaviours, according to new research. The Masculinity in the Workplace study, conducted by culture change business Utopia and inclusion consultancy The Hobbs Consultancy, found that three in five (62%) workers think empathy is critical […]

    Taking a lunch break? Only 1 in 5 do

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    Just one in five workers use their lunch break to actually eat lunch every day – with others using the time to catch up on personal errands and browse social media instead. A study of 2,000 UK professionals found 79 per cent will tuck into their food as they work, so they can use their […]

    As remote working soars, toxic workplace culture costing UK economy £15.7bn per year

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    HR software provider for SMEs Breathe has revealed the cost of bad company culture: a staggering £15.7 billion per year. The report, ‘The Culture Economy 2020’, revealed that one in five (21%) of SME employees quit their job due to poor workplace culture. It also found that 33% of SME decision makers experienced or witnessed […]

    Top Tips: How to maintain your workplace culture remotely

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    By Roddy Adair, Director of Hays Personal and Executive Assistants The current world of work is operating more remotely than it ever has before, but adjusting to this may result in employers facing certain challenges which need to be managed. Some of these challenges include obstacles to communication, collaboration, relationship building and accessibility which may […]

    Remote working is ‘transforming the digital economy’

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    UK businesses are being advised to ensure they are ready to accommodate the rise of remote working – or risk being left behind. The advice follows the publication of a new guide to remote working, produced by utilities and communications specialist Glide, which contains new research, predictions and guidance for businesses. Between 2008 and 2018, there was a […]

    Listening Is Sexy: The skill that wins over customers and employees alike

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    Chris Dyer, author of The Power of Company Culture, offers some great advice on how to build stronger relationships in work and at home… Not every skill applies as well to your love life as it does to professional endeavors, but good listening is one of them. When it comes to communication, all relationships are […]

    20% of candidates miss out on job opportunities because they aren’t the right ‘cultural fit’

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    Workers across the country could be missing out on jobs because they aren’t considered the right fit for company culture, according research released from job board totaljobs. One in five bosses have admitted they have chosen not to hire a candidate based on if they were considered a poor fit in the office. Just 1% […]

    Three quarters of Brits have left a job because of company culture

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    Research from Robert Walters has found that almost three quarters (73%) of professionals have left a job because they disliked the company culture. The study also found that 82% of professionals have worked for a company where they disliked the company culture. However, 90% of employers recognised the importance of finding candidates who are a […]

    Boards have a vital role in company culture, says CIPD

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    The CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, has been invited by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to contribute to its research into the evolution of the corporate governance code and the development of new approaches to governing more effectively on company culture issues. The FRC promotes high-quality corporate governance and reporting to […]

    Businesses encouraging a work hard play hard attitude guilty of unconscious discrimination

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    Organisations in the UK are unwittingly discriminating against, and subsequently alienating, a large proportion of the workforce by encouraging a work hard play hard culture, according to a leading diversity consultancy. The Clear Company has called on senior executives to review the impact such a culture is having on both their brand’s reputation and company […]


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