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    Which industry’s employees are spending the most on dating?

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    New research by thortful.com has revealed that, on average, daters in the UK are spending £2,220 a year (£185 per month) on their hunt for the one. With dating and romance back on the cards, spending on love can resume once again. However, with this much money being spent, how are daters funding their romantic […]

    Work-Life Balance: Is Over-Working Keeping You Single or Lonely?

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    There are many forms of love that we can embrace. Love for your partner, love for your family, love for your friends, and even love for your job. Since the beginning of the 1990s, the weekly hours spent at work by people in the UK have shot up. For many, a job isn’t just a […]

    Office romances on the rocks in the era of WFH

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    Office romances and friendships could be on the rocks as workers continue to spend more time at home than in the office, with over a fifth (22%) of UK workers revealing that they met their partner or spouse at work and 78% making lasting personal relationships. That’s according to research conducted by VenueScanner among 1,000 office […]

    Are you and your partner working from home? Here are five ways couples can avoid stress during lockdown

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    A Middlesex University academic expert on relationships has offered couples stuck at home during the Coronavirus pandemic five tips on how they can avoid arguments. With millions of husband and wives, boyfriends and girlfriends and LGBT couples currently having to stay indoors with each other all day during the Covid-19 lockdown, there could be the […]

    Love during lockdown: how to ensure your relationship survives!

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    By Heather Beach, founder of The Healthy Work Company Unless you are blessed with a partner who doesn’t work, and a huge house in which everyone can have their own space, living through lockdown is going to see your relationship truly tested. There’s a lot of advice out there about how to ensure you safeguard […]

    So, what’s on your wish list for Valentine’s Day…?

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    Oh gosh, really…? What’s wrong with a hot bath, a glass of Prosecco and an episode or two of Russian Doll (if you’ve not discovered this on Netflix, do so now)? So, apparently, a quarter of Brits say the ‘perfect’ Valentine’s night ends in sex. A poll of 2,000 men and women asked them to […]

    Valentine’s Day is approaching – But are you married to your job?

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    If you worry that you’re ‘married to the job’, you’re not alone – a huge number of Brits think they are too, and it’s often having a negative effect on their relationships. A recent survey of 2,000 employed adults found 45 per cent habitually work outside of their contracted hours for over an hour a […]

    Opinion: The importance of having a personalised approach in hospitality

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    First impressions count for everything in business, making the importance of offering a personalised approach even more crucial. Natalie Joyce, head of entree reception services at Vacherin, shares her tips to ensure businesses are delivering the best service to clients.  In the words of the author Maya Angelou: “People will forget what you said, people will […]

    The power of relationships at work

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    As a PA the future of maintaining your current role will be to create emotional relationships at work to make your boss realise you are indispensable but do our emotional connections have a bigger impact on our working lives than we realise? In her talk at the Unleash World Conference and Expo in Amsterdam, psychotherapist […]

    Would you put a price on your relationship?

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    Millions of Brits have revealed they would trade in their relationship and even ditch their spouse for as little £50,000, but how far would you go for a pay rise? In recent months, pay growth across the country has been seen to have eroded despite more people in work, and it seems plenty of Brits […]


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