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    Half of working adults believe the pandemic has damaged their career prospects

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    Half of working adults believe the pandemic has damaged their career prospects, according to a study. A poll of 2,000 employed or recently unemployed adults found almost one in ten believe the industry or sector in which they work has become unstable following the events of the past 12 months. Others have had their pay reduced […]

    What has lockdown done for UK’s tech sector?

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    By Tom Chambers, Associate Director of Technology & Growth, Robert Walters One in ten job roles advertised in the UK were tech-related during the pandemic – and by summer 2021 will reach 100,000 job vacancies per month. The tech sector boasts an agile workforce that embraces new digital solutions before other sectors, and as a result […]

    The rise of the home office

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    As many business professionals continue to work remotely, a new study reveals that only now are workers investing in their home offices as they plan for the future. A survey of 1,004 UK adults carried out by lighting supplier Ultra LEDs, found that 72% of workers are currently working from home as a result of the pandemic. Although […]

    Six in ten employers have increased wellbeing support

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    Over six in ten (63%) employers have increased their support to staff across one or more areas of mental, financial, physical and social wellbeing in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. This level of activity clearly demonstrates that the health and wellbeing of staff has come to the fore since the pandemic began.  Katharine Moxham, spokesperson […]

    Four in ten families now have more rows about their internet use

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    Four in ten families now have more rows about their internet use than they do about what to watch on TV – as the typical house juggles NINE connected devices at once. A poll of 2,000 parents found three quarters have argued about the broadband with their partner or children as they battle to home […]

    Artificial intelligence results in a more productive workforce

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    A new survey of more than 750 decision-makers within UK businesses has revealed the employee and organisational benefits of deploying artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. The new research from Fountech Solutions found that 59% believe that deploying AI solutions has made their organisation a better, more interesting place to work. The research revealed that 65% of employees now […]

    Nearly one in ten Brits have fallen victim to a ‘romance’ scam

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    Nearly one in ten Brits have been a victim of a romance scam, or romance fraud, says new research from human layer security company, Tessian, ahead of Valentine’s Day this year.  The data, which was commissioned by Tessian to observe the threats facing the British public this Valentine’s Day, revealed that men were actually more than […]

    SMEs spend over an hour on admin each week

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    Breathe, HR software provider for SMEs, announces the findings from its survey into the business impact of time spent on administrative tasks. The research polled 375 Senior Decision Makers (SDMs) at UK SMEs and found that, on average, an hour (62 minutes) is spent on admin each week. This equates to over seven working days […]

    How to create a relaxation space while working from home

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    With so many working from home, bringing positivity into work and living spaces has never been more important. Online bed and mattress retailer, Bed SOS, which specialises in next day delivery, worked with a Feng Shui expert to reveal how to bring good energy to the bedroom, to create optimal sleep and a relaxation space.  Priya […]

    Four in five people are vulnerable to cyber attacks

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    New research from Tessian reveals the extent to which people post online and how hackers exploit this information for sophisticated social engineering attacks. The new report reveals that 84 per cent of people post information to their social media accounts every week, with two-fifths (42 per cent) posting every day, and are unknowingly giving away […]