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      Register for Today’s PA 5 Day Academy – 25% off for PA Life Club members*

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      Today’s PA is holding its award-winning 5 Day Academy on 16-20 December in Central London and there are still some places available. Are you interested in attending? You can come along for the whole week or choose any day/s you wish. Plus, there’s a 25% discount available for PA Life Club members*. The Academy covers Day 1 […]

      7 ways to empower staff and improve morale

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      By Mike Edwards, Head of People at Love Energy Savings Some employers fear giving their staff a voice – hoping instead they’ll avoid any issues and grievances by burying their heads in the sand, or worse, allowing a culture of fear to take hold where staff are anxious about speaking up. This attitude isn’t productive for […]

      Women in Leadership: It’s Time to Remove the Roadblocks

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      Borderless International Management Consultant Rosalie Harrison is seeking new ways to remove the obstacles in the career paths of female leaders that really work, creating a virtual ‘women in leadership training’ bin that, surprisingly enough, contains almost all the acclaimed tools that are still used to this day. Here she explains how… Last year, I […]

      Here’s how to become a professional transcriber and work from home

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      According to a 2018 study, remote work will become one of the major business trends in 2019, and it is expected to become the standard mode of working for Generation Z, who are tipped to make up 36 per centof the global workforce by 2020.  Remote working has been a rising trend and demand is felt […]

      UK businesses failing on training & development – and admin is one of the worst

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      A quarter (25 per cent) of office workers invest no time in learning new skills or further education to enhance their professional life, according to new research by MPA Group. The study, conducted by the innovation funding specialist, looked into how many UK businesses are offering workers dedicated time to work on upskilling, training and […]

      Think training is over-rated? Over half of staff would leave their jobs if not offered it

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      The importance of providing training to staff has been highlighted in a recent survey. The survey, by business print provider Instantprint, revealed that 56 per cent of workers would leave their current role if their employers stopped providing training, and nearly one-third (31 per cent) have previously left a position because of this issue. It […]

      Training events – a new ‘must have’ guide

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      Lime Venue Portfolio has created a new guide inspire training providers. The booklet from the venues specialist forms part of the brand’s ‘cheerleading’ support for corporate training and those who strive for a ‘better’ standard of training for businesses. February and March are key months for training programme booking and the guide looks to showcase […]

      What will be the most downloaded Apps in January 2019?

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      January is a time for reinvention and making yourself the best version of ‘you’ that you can be, with a lot of us relying on our smartphones to aid our journey. Apps have never been as popular as they are today, with an average of nearly 1,500 new apps uploaded to app stores a day […]

      Are work trips more pleasure than business?

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      Work trips are becoming increasingly more common for businesses in the UK with many sending their employees away for meetings, conferences and training events. But how much work actually gets done on one of these trips? Researchers who carried out a detailed study found while many employees will claim the trips are ‘all work and no […]

      Workers want regular training

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      UK workers want regular training and  are less likely to quit their jobs if employers invest in them. 90 per cent of UK workers believe that regular training in a job is vital to furthering their career, according to a report published this week. A survey of over 2,000 British employees – carried out on […]