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    The evolving nature of hybrid working

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    By Tray Durrant, Executive Director, Bain and Gray It is vital to keep a close eye on the evolving employment market for both companies looking to recruit the best executive support staff and for candidates keen to move roles. The London support market is particularly complex now: alongside the regular skills set required of a […]

    22 million workers are looking to move on

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    Two thirds of UK workers plan to make changes to their careers in the next 12 months, according to a new study published by Aviva. This is an increase of five percentage points, compared to the previous study compiled in February 2021, and indicates that 22 million workers are seeking some sort of change. The intended […]

    These are top 10 most annoying behaviours while WFH

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    With more of us working remotely than ever before, Premier Inn has surveyed over 1,000 working professionals to reveal the most endearing (and frustrating) behaviours displayed by colleagues while working from home.   The survey revealed that many workers have actually found their colleagues more endearing since the move away from the office, with three quarters (75%) of workers reporting that their colleagues showed endearing behaviours at least once a […]

    Two thirds of British workers reject monitoring of remote working activity

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    According to the new 2021 Unisys Security Index, concerns in the UK around internet security (including computer viruses and hacking) are at the highest level in the 15 years that Unisys has been running the study. The report, which examines security attitudes of 11,000 consumers globally including 1,000 from the UK, also shows a particular […]

    Petrol crisis fuelling WFH for 1 in 6

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    Specialist recruiter, Randstad has revealed that one in six Brits (17%) are working from home because they are unable to access fuel to make their daily commute. In a poll of 439 jobseekers who were asked ‘are rising energy prices and fuel shortages affecting your appetite to work from home?’, it was also revealed that […]

    Employers worrying about remote work productivity – but not addressing issues

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    New research  by Ricoh Europe reveals that employers are failing to invest in technology to maintain productivity across their remote workforce, despite concerns about their output. More than 18 months since the Coronavirus pandemic took hold across Europe, forcing businesses to adopt remote working practices, just over a third (36%) of employers say their organisation […]

    A Young Professional’s Guide to Remote Working & Mental Health

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    With millions of businesses shifting to work-from-home policies due to the pandemic, employees, including young professionals just starting out, have had to quickly adapt to remote work and its impact on their careers, work-life balance, and mental wellbeing. Young professionals are a hungry breed of employee that will not stop at anything to climb the […]

    90% of office workers say they want more flexibility in where and when they do their jobs

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    More than half of the global workforce say they are prepared to leave a job that’s lacking in flexibility and remote working options. The latest research collated by Instant Offices, a Global Workspace Specialists, shows 9 out of 10 office workers say they want more flexibility in where and when they do their job – and more than half of […]

    America’s ‘number one’ workplace attribute is a flexible WFH policy

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    American employees say that the number one workplace feature they’ll be searching for post-COVID is the ability to work remotely when they please. That’s according to a new study of 2,000 Americans who are currently working remotely, which found that more than two in five (48%) say a company’s policy on remote work is now […]

    68% of employers are considering pay cuts for remote workers

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    More than two-thirds (68%) of British businesses are contemplating pay cuts for staff who opt to work from home, despite many (53%) saying they’ve actually saved money by having more remote workers. CIPHR polled 150 business owners, CEOs, and senior managers to find out more about employers’ attitudes towards staff working from home. All survey respondents work […]