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    COVID-19 ‘a tipping point for workplace transformation’

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact upon organisations in the UK, with many making redundancies and placing employees on furlough. That’s according to a study from ManpowerGroup, which encompasses talent management experts Right Management, which found that the pandemic has also led to many employees rethinking the relationship with their employer and reprioritising […]

    These are the cities with the best work-life balance

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    A new study by Holland and Barrett reveals which cities are the best for a better work-life balance, taking into account hours asleep, spent in the sun and at work to create the Sunlight Cities Index. Taking working hours data for each city from the International Labour Organization, the index reveals the best cities in […]

    REVEALED: The world’s hardest-working countries

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    New research has placed Mexico at the top of the list for most hours worked, with employees in the country putting in 2137 hours annually. This is followed by Costa Rica, at 2059.6 hours a year, Korea at 1967 hours a year, and Greece at 1949 hours a year. At the other end of the scale, Denmark, Germany and Norway have the […]

    Two thirds of office workers have missed their workplace during the pandemic

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    More than two thirds of office workers admitted they have missed their workplace during the pandemic – with their desk, gossip and even meetings among the most longed for things. The study of 2,000 office workers found simply speaking to people face-to-face topped the list of the most missed aspects. Having equipment including printers and […]

    Half of workers admit to opening emails they consider suspicious

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    73% of workers extensively use their company-issued device for personal matters, with nearly two-thirds (60%) admitting to an increase in frequency since starting to work remote. That’s according to the Company-Issued Computers: What are Employees Really Doing with Them report from Mimecast, which says the most common activities were checking personal email (47%), carrying out financial […]

    New research shows worker burnout up 33%

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    Employee burnout is reaching new highs, with aggregated data from 1.75 million employee-engagement surveys carried out this year showing 5.41% of employees provided free-text comments that spoke to fatigue, being overwhelmed and other potential signals of burnout. By contrast, January’s reading was just 4.08%. The past two years have averaged 4.12% — a 33% rate rise. […]

    Only 57% of employers believe their workforce is aware of all company benefits

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    Recent research by GRiD, the industry body for group risk, has revealed only 57% of employers believe their workforce is aware of all their benefits and understands them. It was also found that 28% of employers believe their workforce is aware of all their benefits but doesn’t understand them all and 10% of employers believe […]

    People management ‘one of the biggest challenges of the COVID-19 crisis’

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    UK CEOs and board members have sought more information about their people during the COVID-19 crisis, with 74% saying people data unlocked strategic decision making. That’s is according to SD Worx, the payroll and HR services provider. What’s more, people data is not only helping navigating a crisis but is also imperative to coming out better off […]

    New report highlights COVID-19 office design considerations

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    A quarter of office workers feel their wellbeing has been negatively impacted by working from home, showing the importance of access to an office for elevating employee wellbeing. That’s according to a new report from workplace design consultancy Peldon Rose, commissioned in conjunction with workplace strategy and employee engagement specialists WKspace. The research, “The Office of […]

    COVID concerns preventing 3 in 5 workers from moving jobs

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    Enterprises need to improve their digital workplaces in order to attract and retain talent, and knowledge workers are delaying career moves under lockdown due to concerns about employee experience in new roles. That’s according to research released by Sinequa, which cites larger employers such as Google and Salesforce already confirming they were not planning on staff returning […]