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Research finds video conferencing could be the key to solving workplace anxiety

A nationwide study commissioned by Tech PR agency, Eskenzi PR, and carried out by OnePoll, observed the attitude amongst the UK workforce towards remote working and the increased use of video conferencing tools. The survey of a thousand individuals found ...

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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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Study finds lift transit chief concern among return to workplace protocols

As the UK’s workplaces gear up for a partial return to normality, major changes will be required to the way people transit through buildings. The most common fears surrounding a return to the office are commuting by public transport and ...

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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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Study reveals businesses are failing to meet basic standards in the workplace environment

Many of the UK’s workplaces are unpleasant, uncomfortable and at risk of driving down productivity, according to new research from London property maintenance experts, Aspect.co.uk. A nationally representative poll of 2,000 people found that 83 per cent of UK adults ...

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Study reveals technology is seeing flexitime and remote working become the ‘new normal’ for business

According to new research by global workplace technology company, Condeco, involving 750 corporate leaders, the rise of cloud computing and teleconferencing represent both the biggest opportunity for growth as well as the most significant organisational challenge to companies around the ...

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Is your workplace good for your health?

AJ Products launches a new study into workplace health A 2018 report from the World Health Organisation suggested that just over a quarter of adults worldwide do not do enough physical activity. The comprehensive study, which surveyed 1.9 million people ...

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Improving industrial lighting reduces crime

How a New York study showed that crime is reduced in areas with proper security and safety lighting compared to others without; how this compares to previous studies. Large study finds extra safety and security lighting can cut crime rates ...

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New water study shows superiority of IDEXX Legiolert test in identifying Legionnaires’ disease risk

IDEXX, the global leader in rapid microbiological testing for water, today announced the publication of a peer reviewed study1, “Evaluation of a most probable number method for the enumeration of Legionella pneumophila from potable and related water samples,” by leading ...

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Connectivity will enhance office efficiency: Tork study

Around 73 per cent of office workers feel that increased connectivity would have a positive impact on their working life. And 40 per cent also believe that connecting objects to the internet at work could have a positive impact on ...

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