How to Maximize Small Business Success in 2022
Jul01

How to Maximize Small Business Success in 2022

You can go over a variety of different articles about tiny enterprises and their crucial department management procedure. There are a lot of websites that will undoubtedly teach you what to do when you start your small business, but they don’t actually provide you any advice or suggestions on how to make it successful.In light of this, we have made the decision to share with our readers some of the most important principles for...

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Employees spend 89 days a year on ‘wasted’ work
Jul01

Employees spend 89 days a year on ‘wasted’ work

Wrike, the most powerful work management platform, today released new findings that uncover the human cost of work complexities brought about by the Digital Era, which has caused a proliferation of synchronous applications and unstructured work. According to the research report commissioned by Wrike, “Dark Matter of Work: The Hidden Cost of Work Complexities,” knowledge workers spend 89 working days a year and five days of personal...

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Study reveals how much businesses can save if they switch their company car fleet to EVs
Jul01

Study reveals how much businesses can save if they switch their company car fleet to EVs

Rising fuel costs are making most businesses with company cars (86%) seriously consider switching to EVs and hybrid models, new research from the experts at B2B service comparison website, iCompario has revealed, and there are some significant savings to be made for those that do.  The study found that a quarter (24%) of businesses with a fleet have already switched some – if not all – of their vehicles to EV (BEV) or hybrid models...

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How to avoid burnout
Jul01

How to avoid burnout

Alison Meadows, CEO, Priority Digital Health Navigating burnout can be a bit of a minefield – and sometimes it’s difficult to spot until it’s already happening. Particularly when it comes to work-related burnout, the general mantra ‘prevention is better than cure’ rings true. Afterall, it’s important in this post-pandemic, digital-first world to be able to recognise the early signs and combat them before they escalate. Mental...

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On your bike- cycle theft claims on the rise
Jul01

On your bike- cycle theft claims on the rise

As more people take to two wheels, new data reveals that bike theft claims have increased significantly versus last year.  On average, a bike is stolen every six minutes in the UK1 and new claims data from home insurance provider Urban Jungle reveals that claims for cycle thefts between January and April have increased by a staggering 126% this year versus the same time last year.  As raging fuel prices and the...

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Making the HR department a strategic function using data and AI
Jul01

Making the HR department a strategic function using data and AI

Mathias Hansson Fredlund, Founder & CTO, Winningtemp Traditionally, the role of HR hasn’t been a very strategic one. It did not play a huge role in contributing towards revenue of the organisation and it was mainly confined to hiring the right individuals, administering performance appraisal, and managing workplace communications. Over the past two years, the role of HR has become more significant. With the pandemic elevating the...

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The Rise of ‘Self-Care’: New Findings Reveal Biggest TikTok Trends
Jul01

The Rise of ‘Self-Care’: New Findings Reveal Biggest TikTok Trends

Self-care and mindfulness are officially on the rise. New TikTok findings conducted by the Beauty Daily team at Clarins UK have found that self-care content has reached a total 22.3 billion views, with the most popular day for self-care activities being Sunday as the hashtag #selfcaresunday boasts a total of 90.2 million views. Self-care techniques and how to live more mindfully have become a key part of our lifestyles, and it’s...

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5 reasons why your business should allow office dogs
Jul01

5 reasons why your business should allow office dogs

There’s been a huge rise in research of the benefits of having an office dog and it’s hard to ignore! Many offices across the globe have introduced a little pooch to their workplace already, but is this something you’ve thought about as a business owner? Natural dog food brand Barking Heads have explained the 5 main benefits to have office dogs… INCREASING PRODUCTIVITY One of the most talked about benefits of having an office dog is...

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Three Essential Tips That You Need to Know If you Want Employment in the Gaming Industry
Jun30

Three Essential Tips That You Need to Know If you Want Employment in the Gaming Industry

The gaming industry brings in more than 80+ billion dollars annually and continues to expand year after year, finding work in the video game business is not a simple task. However, there are a great number of job openings, and the number of game companies is growing all the time. If you haven’t noticed, there seems to be a growing number of online platforms being developed on the internet, this is because the popularity of gaming is...

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Can Tools Help Business Net Zero Goals?
Jun30

Can Tools Help Business Net Zero Goals?

As incentives, and also pressure continues to grow for business to make the major steps needed to reach a net zero goal, the tools, and the guidance to help make the change is also becoming more robust with consultants emerging specifically to help the larger business achieve these goals such as Consultus, for example, and their own Net Zero Pathway tool that can help assist in the change. But what exactly is it that these tools and...

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Half of U.K. Workers Feel Excluded from Career Opportunities
Jun30

Half of U.K. Workers Feel Excluded from Career Opportunities

Almost half of U.K. employees are feeling excluded from opportunities at their organisation, with just 52 percent believing that everyone is on a level playing field when it comes to growing and developing their careers. These are the findings from O.C. Tanner’s 2022 Global Culture Report, which analysed the perspectives of over 38,000 employees and leaders from 21 countries around the world including over 2,500 from the U.K. The...

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Over half of UK employees look for cost of living to be a top consideration in pay adjustments
Jun30

Over half of UK employees look for cost of living to be a top consideration in pay adjustments

People leaders across the UK face a difficult year ahead in navigating employee pay cycles amid rising inflation and market volatility, and new research shows that over half (53%) expect the cost of living to be a key consideration in their compensation reviews.  “A convergence of factors — including increased turnover, rising inflation, volatile markets and the current cost of living crisis — are putting increased pressure on...

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How companies can use travel benefits to build and maintain their workforce
Jun30

How companies can use travel benefits to build and maintain their workforce

It seems like the Great Worker Reckoning is here to stay; In April, 2.9% of employed Americans quit their jobs —down from a 20-year high of 3% in late 2021 but a far cry from the lowest figure of 1.2% recorded over the same period. In March alone, 4.5 million American workers handed in their resignations. With 11.5 million positions opening up that same month, it remains a job seekers’ market. Employers must create new incentives to...

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Three-quarters of employers believe more workplace support is needed for new fathers
Jun30

Three-quarters of employers believe more workplace support is needed for new fathers

Seventy-six per cent of employers believe that more workplace support is needed for new fathers, according to new research* from digital health platform Peppy.  The research comes twenty years after The Paternity and Adoption Leave Regulations 2002 which first enshrined in law a father’s right to take either one week or two consecutive weeks’ parental leave, and the subsequent amendment in 2014 that introduced shared paternity...

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Is working from home a greener option than the office?
Jun30

Is working from home a greener option than the office?

When the world shut down in Spring 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, mixed in amongst the fear and worry was relief from those who no longer had to endure long, expensive commutes.  Other than essential and frontline workers, a large majority of the world’s population set up office at home and, for a while, enjoyed the small silver lining of not commuting.  Now, over two years on from the start of the pandemic, employers...

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