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    STUDY: Half of Brits plan to quit job this September

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    Nearly half of Brits (49%) plan to quit their job on their return from summer holidays. The research by Wix also reveals that 1 in 3 plan to chuck in their day job to make travel a full-time gig, by starting their own businesses online. Of those surveyed, 69% of Brits dread returning to work, […]

    Do you have a ‘side hustle’ outside of work? You’re not alone

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    Millions of Brits have a ‘side hustle’ job to pursue their passions – and make a few quid on the side, according to research. A study of 2,000 adults in full-time employment found one in four are working ‘5 to 9’ on the side… after arriving home from their ‘9 to 5’. It also emerged […]

    More Brits getting their ‘side hustle’ on

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    More Brits in full-time employment are taking on an extra job, or ‘side hustle,’ to compliment their full time salary. In fact, the research from Hiscox shows that one in four Brits are a ‘side hustler.’ Usually flexible in nature, these secondary projects can take many forms, from freelance work to selling handicrafts. And, while […]

    How do you rate your relationship with your boss?

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    If you find yourself arriving home after a long day at work only to spend a solid 10 minutes ranting about your boss, you’re not alone. A new study has revealed that on average, British employees rate their relationship with their employer at only 6.6/10. For healthcare workers, the figure is even lower – a […]

    Forget the pay rise, we’ll take the better work-life balance, say Brits

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    A large proportion of British workers would take a new job if it meant they’d enjoy a better life. A new report claims that professionals in London (73 per cent), Northern Ireland (64 per cent), the North & Scotland (63m per cent), and the Midlands & Wales (59 per cent) would all strongly consider relocating […]

    Your body after the Christmas party

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    The office Christmas party is arguably the most wonderful time of the year, but have you considered what the office knees up is doing to your body? The office Christmas party is one of the most anticipated events of the year, with more than 40 per cent of Brits admitting that they binge on up […]

    Flexible part-time workers outperform those working full-time

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    The percentage of top performance ratings for part-time and reduced-hours workers is higher than across all staff, at 34% versus 14%, according to Working Families. The charity has released a new report in HR Magazine assessing the flexible, agile, and family-friendly working policies of its employer members. The 2018 Top Employers for Working Families Benchmark […]

    Employee motivation is declining, says new research

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    New research says employee motivation levels are on the decline with 29% saying they aren’t motivated. A new research report, “Living to Work”, has shown employee motivation levels are on the decline. 29% of employees surveyed said they were not motivated at work in 2017 compared to just 18% who said the same in 2016. […]

    Dyslexia at work: The challenges and solutions

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    Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) such as Dyslexia and Dyscalculia are not uncommon among adults, including those within the PA world. Jade Burke speaks to some industry members and PA Life readers with and without an SpLD to gauge their thoughts on how the workplace should adapt to support anyone affected. Do you have dyslexia or […]

    Do working parents lose out?

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    UK businesses need to do more to help working parents balance their professional lives and family commitments without making staff feel unfairly judged, stressed and anxious. A major new survey of 1,400 working parents by CIPHR.com has revealed that 75% of working parents are suffering from stress and anxiety as a result of trying to […]