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Talking it over

Linda Wheatley, Group Compliance Director at Business Moves Group argues that a culture change is required to improve the mental wellbeing of the workforce A quick look through the news will tell you that mental health awareness has risen up ...

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JLL launches ‘Workplace powered by Human Experience’ report

JLL has today launched ‘Workplace powered by Human Experience’, a new global report series and accompanying tool, the ‘Human Experience model’, looking at how workplace experience can help businesses thrive in the new world of work. Findings of the report, ...

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How to reduce stress at work while improving workplace happiness

April marks Stress Awareness Month, an annual event aiming to increase public awareness about both the causes and solutions for stress. Rachel Stockell, Senior Manager at recruitment firm Robert Half discusses a number of ways to reduce stress at work while improving workplace ...

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Should socialising at industry events be compulsory?

Do you think it is appropriate for an organisation to make socialising at industry events compulsory? What advantages are there to the individual and to the company? How does this conflict with the trend towards work-life balance? THE MD’S VIEW ...

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Could we be heading for a six-hour working day like Sweden?

The results of a new poll have revealed major support from both workers and bosses for a Swedish-style six-hour day. The eight-hour working day has been part of British culture since the days of the Industrial Revolution when Robert Owen campaigned for ...

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Tackling workplace stress on National Stress Awareness Day

With over 13.3 million working days lost every year due to stress, depression and anxiety according to the Mental Health Foundation, Fourfront Group is today (4 November) on National Stress Awareness Day, encouraging employers and employees across the country to listen ...

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The future of staff holidays

Richard Branson has recently announced plans to let staff take time off whenever, and for however long, they want. What do you think the future of staff holidays is? Will the rise of mobile working and the increase in connectivity ...

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UK stuck on the commuting highway

New research published by global workspace provider Regus, which coincides with National Work Life Week – reveals that the average British one-way commute is now nearly half an hour (29.6 minutes) compared to 26 minutes two years ago. A quarter ...

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Flexible working – an all year round benefit

The summer holidays are known to many as a time when flexible working conditions come into its own, especially for working parents however, recent research from global workspace provider Regus reveals that it may play a fundamental role in long-term ...

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Unconventional working methods are a growing trend

Research undertaken by Virgin Media Business and conducted by YouGov has shown that unconventional working methods are being embraced by workers and helps employers to retain and attract more staff. The study revealed that three-quarters (74%) of the remote workers surveyed ...

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