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Connection in the workplace is the key to staff retention and wellbeing

Three-quarters (75 per cent) of office workers would be more likely to stay in a job if they’ve built connections with colleagues, according to new research by water dispenser brand BRITA VIVREAU. Employers are facing a staffing crisis with poor mental ...

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Research finds workers ‘excited’ to return to the office over Christmas period

New research by Mitie has revealed that over half (54 per cent) of office workers are excited to be back in the office over the festive period this year following two years of disruption due to Covid, with nearly two ...

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Confusion on very definition of hybrid working is causing workplace strife

New research published today by Landsec has revealed a distinct lack of clarity around what ‘hybrid’ working means, with less than one in five UK workers agreeing on a definition. This hybrid ‘hotchpotch’ is having a negative impact on bosses’ ...

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OSiT unveils six-point plan for businesses to support a rebuild of London

Flexible and serviced office space provider, Office Space in Town (OSiT), has unveiled a new manifesto to call on businesses to put employees at the forefront of their revival strategies to help drive London’s rebuilding. The ‘For the Love of ...

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On your feet

Gavin Bradley, founding Director of Active Working CIC, explains why too much sitting around in the office is bad for health, wellbeing and productivity You might have heard a popular new saying: ‘sitting is the new smoking’. Well, it’s not ...

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