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Leesman warns businesses of a looming crisis of trust in 2021

Independent assessor of employee workplace experience, Leesman, has issued a stark warning to businesses that they will face a crisis of trust this year if they continue to make workplace decisions in the dark. A major study conducted by Leesman ...

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Sodexo survey finds half of travellers ready to return to airport lounges

New research from Sodexo has revealed that half of British travellers feel ready to return to airport lounges when they reopen. The survey, conducted by Harris Interactive for Sodexo, aimed to measure how comfortable passengers would feel returning to airports and ...

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Study reveals 1 in 3 employers are likely to make redundancies before the end of 2020

A new survey from Acas has found that over a third of employers (37 per cent) are likely to make staff redundancies in the next three months. Acas commissioned YouGov to ask British businesses about their redundancy plans and knowledge of the law in this area. ...

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Three quarters of business leaders now feel positive about remote working

As many businesses continue to have staff work remotely in line with government advice, research conducted with 250 UK SME business owners by Hitachi Capital Invoice Finance reveals new perceptions on the remote working of staff. When the government first advised ...

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New study reveals lockdown is improving communication and productivity

Businesses and workers have had to find a new normal during the lockdown, with many businesses having to furlough staff or transition to a completely remote team. A new study, by outsourced communications provider, Moneypenny looked at how businesses are ...

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