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    Female workplace resilience dives 68% vs males, says study

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    Findings from a new report have revealed new insights into UK workplace resilience and wellbeing across age, sector, staff level and gender categories, suggesting the groups that could potentially be most at risk of burnout. The Wraw Resilience Report examined resilience and wellbeing data across almost 9,500 employees between July 2018 and January 2021 and […]

    Employee backlash predicted for 80% of businesses post-Freedom Day

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    80% of UK office workers could fight back against short sighted bosses who are not planning future place of work options or not preparing effectively for flexible working after Freedom Day (today, July 19th). That’s according to research from the UK’s largest online venue booking platform VenueScanner, based on survey responses from 1000 office workers, revealed […]

    FREEDOM DAY: UK workers ‘hesitant’ to return to the office

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    Research commissioned by Chargifi has today revealed that despite restrictions being lifted, office workers in the UK are resistant to a full-time office return. The survey of 1,500 UK and US office workers found that over half of British workers (55%) still expect to spend fewer days in the office per week, with more than […]

    UK employees ‘not equipped’ to work from home permanently

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    Following the news that numerous blue-chip businesses, such as KPMG and Ernst & Young, have adopted a permanent hybrid working model, new research indicates that workers do not feel they have the tools or technology they need to work from home. The Global Working From Home Survey, commissioned by employee wellbeing specialist WRKIT, has found that […]

    UK workers expect their employer to make Covid vaccine mandatory

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    Half of Britain’s workers expect their bosses to demand a vaccine passport before they can return to their workplace. The study of 5,000 British workers across various sectors by HR software provider and employment law advice firm, BrightHR, found only 17% have had a conversation about their companies’ policy on vaccines, but over a third […]

    7 in 10 workers feel optimistic about returning to work

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    As pubs, shops and other workplaces re-open, the success of the vaccine rollout has helped workers feel much more optimistic about their return to work than they were following November’s lockdown, according to Aviva’s research of more than 2,000 employed adults across the UK. Aviva’s third Employee Back to Work Index shows that 71% of workers […]

    The lessons all businesses should have learnt during the pandemic

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    Over a year on from the start of the pandemic and as lockdown is slowly lifted, many changes in the way we operate business are most likely here to stay. But what lessons do we need to ensure we have truly learnt from the pandemic? Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership, looks at what […]

    UK workers fearing a return to work

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    More than half of British workers would be happy to never return to the office – due to fears of germs, a lack of social distancing and being in a room with lots of other people. A study of 1,000 employees who are currently working from home found two thirds would also feel uncomfortable about […]

    Workplace learnings from life in lockdown

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    By Andry Anastasis McFarlane (pictured), author of The Really Resilient Guide This last year has shown us many things about how we as individuals and businesses handle change and uncertainty. And how resilient we really are. What are some of the other bigger lessons we’ve been learning about ourselves and our lives and working lives […]

    More than a third of companies will move to smaller offices in 2021

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    2021 will be the year of the smaller office, predicts serviced office broker FreeOfficeFinder. The company reports that more than a third of companies (35%) that enquired about office space in January and February have said they would be taking smaller offices than their previous workspaces. They follow in the footsteps of the likes of HSBC and […]