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      28% of UK employees have been tempted to cheat with a colleague

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      As many as 28 per cent of British employees have thought about cheating on their partners with someone they’ve met through work. According to a new poll undertaken by Kit Out My Office, 12 per cent of those who have considered it have followed through and engaged in sexual contact with a colleague. In addition, […]

      Employees don’t feel equipped to handle their workload

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      Nine out of ten workers do not feel adequately trained to handle their workload, with a fifth admitting to using alcohol as a form of respite after a busy day. A study of more than 2,000 UK employees, carried out by Step One Recovery, discovered that more than five Brits have taken time off work […]

      UK bosses are risking workforce burnout, says research

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      UK bosses are doing little to stop their employees from burning out, new research suggests. For most Brits, work is the most common cause for feeling stressed at 59 per cent, yet almost one in two British businesses do not offer anything to help combat this. According to a study of 3,000 workers carried out […]

      Are you one of the industry’s ‘power part-timers’?

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      Are you one of the industry’s ‘power part-timers’? if so, we’re looking to hear from you for an upcoming feature in PA Life. With flexible working still not always available within many companies, we want to speak to those who are working part-time and smashing their role as an assistant. This in-depth feature will be […]

      Male workers are more likely to seek job progression, says research

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      British men are more confident than women in furthering their career, new data has revealed. According to a report by job search engine, Adzuna, the career progression confidence gap between the genders widens with those who have more than 10 years’ experience in the workplace, with men twice more likely than women to hold a […]

      There is such a thing as a free lunch and it makes you happier

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      Sam Hurst, chief grazer at Grazing Catering, reveals his thoughts on why employers should strive to offer free food in the workplace and the benefits it has on employees When it comes to looking after people at work, the tech companies of Silicon Valley are the first to pop into our minds. The idea of […]

      Employees are experiencing workplace anxiety, reveals study

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      More men and women in the workplace are seeking professional training to overcome anxiety around communication at work, new research has revealed. A study of 1,000 workplaces conducted by RADA in Business published the Beating Workplace Performance Anxiety report, which found a clear disparity between the causes of communications anxiety between men and women. Male […]

      HSBC reveals 59% gender pay gap between male and female employees

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      Banking giant HSBC has revealed details about its gender pay gap, citing a 29 per cent median pay gap for its UK operations. The firm also reported a 59 per cent gap on the mean measure for hourly pay in 2017, while a median gap of 61 per cent for bonus payments between its male […]

      Are you one of the UK’s happiest workers?

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      Older male workers employed by microbusinesses within marketing, communications or advertising are happier at work than any other age group, new research has found. A survey of 1,024 UK workers, by workplace incentives and rewards provider, One4all Rewards asked employees from different age groups, genders and industries to score how happy they are in their […]

      Top tech proves a priority for job seekers

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      Employees are now putting tech high on their wish lists when looking for a new job, new research has found. A survey of 2,001 workers carried out by Laptopsdirect.co.uk, found that more than half of Brits (53 per cent) say that the standard of technology is a key consideration for accepting a new job position. […]