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How businesses can benefit of employees bringing hobbies to work

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Dakota Murphey discusses a fairly new add-on to the tools of improving employee wellbeing, and ultimately workplace productivity. That’s business benefiting of employees bringing hobbies to work. We often think of hobbies as something that we do exclusively in our free time. Something for us to enjoy in the hours away from work. And it […]

Too much screen time? 3 ways to turn a lazy day into a productive one

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With our work and social life all centered around the same location, it’s proving difficult to be productive during this tough time. We often find ourselves glued to screens binging the latest TV shows or catching up on our favourite influencers. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with this, but it can lead to us feeling […]

More than 60% of the nation plan ‘self-improvement’ during the lockdown

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Two thirds of locked-down Brits want to have ‘achieved’ something by the time they’re allowed back out into the world. A study of 2,000 adults found 16 per cent will learn how to grow vegetables, a quarter will master another language – and a tenth will become press-up champions. More than 60 per cent are […]

We spend too much time working at the weekend

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Do we spend too much time working at the weekend? According to recent research we do and it’s a bad habit us Brits need to stop. We all wish we had more time on our hands but using our own time to complete our work could be damaging, rather than helpful. Busy Brits spend up […]