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    What’s the worst thing about office work?

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    The average worker spends around two weeks each year, with research revealing the most complained about parts of working in the office. The study was carried out by animal charity SPANA to raise awareness for working animals in developing countries, and revealed that many modern workers across the UK are found to spend a large […]

    Boring work is hurting productivity

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    Boring, repetitive and slow tasks are weighing down Britain’s workforce and stopping real company development despite many tasks having an automated alternative. Tasks like data entry, processing and analysis could be costing businesses around 19 working days a year per employee according to a new study by SnapLogic. The damage done to office productivity leaves […]

    Bosses are putting employee wellbeing at risk

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    Managers could be risking the health of their employees by not taking wellbeing seriously, according to a new report by HR Magazine. The study revealed by the HR news site showed that many businesses could be putting too much pressure on their staff to work outside of their contracted hours, and measures need to be […]

    Workers are abandoning their talents

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    British workers are choosing busier jobs and social media breaks over pursuing their dreams, according to new reports. A study by BIC revealed that 63% of Brits have completely abandoned the talents and hobbies they were passionate about as children, with fears that employees are becoming less creative as a result. Everyday life and hectic […]

    How are you spending the summer?

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    PA Life readers have revealed how they’ve spent the summer, with many admitting they don’t have the time to spend out of the office. Half of those who responded to our latest Twitter poll admitted they will be getting outside this summer, as results showed that 50% of our readers are taking holiday before autumn […]

    The cost of poor diet in the workplace

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    Not looking after yourself in and out of the office is affecting your work ethic, according to new studies. Research by industry body British Summer Fruits showed that employees believe they would have a better mood, more positive work output and have lower stress levels if they were given the opportunity to eat healthier at […]

    How not to call in sick

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    Waking up on Monday morning, not everyone is enthused to leave the comfort of their bed, let alone their house. When running out of holiday or looking for a quick break from the daily grind, calling in sick is one of the nation’s top guilty pleasures but not everyone is highly skilled in the art. […]

    How Facebook has changed the way we work

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    Stuart Logan, Chief HR Officer at SoftServe explains how his company has utilised Workplace by Facebook to help its global employees stay in touch In October 2016, Facebook announced the launch of its corporate social network, Workplace. People work in different ways, and Workplace’s mission is to help them stay connected. For SoftServe, a global […]

    Finalists revealed for the Best of Britain Awards

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    Business energy comparison specialist Love Energy Savings has announced the finalists for the Best of Britain Awards, whittling the shortlist of businesses down to 20 companies across the country. Partnering with energy companies EDF Energy, Opus Energy, British Gas, Scottish Power and npower, the awards look to find firms that consistently go above and beyond […]

    Women fight back against Google after memo controversy

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    More than 60 female employees at Google could be set to sue the internet titan over pay disparities, according to reports. The news follows the sacking of Google engineer James Damore, who was fired after writing a memo claiming that women were less likely to reach higher company positions due to ‘biological causes’. Despite dismissing […]