Being attuned to the needs of workers both inside and outside of the office will offer benefits, especially with stress and fatigue reigning supreme.
Author Shané Schutte
“Leading by example” isn’t a term to be ignored. Your behaviour can quickly be mimicked – and it can be either detrimental or beneficial to your corporate culture.
With Google becoming the latest business falling victim to a dirty laundry airing, Real Business looks at other leaked memos that proved similarly damaging.
If you were to rank 158 nations based on broadband speed, where would the UK find itself? According to Cable.co.uk, which did just that, it sits in 31st position.
“People usually have no problem talking about feeling physically ill – because, that’s just biology, it’s fact, and it’s science.” This passage comes from an article written by Sarah Alonze, senior campaign director at Babel, around our lack of communication around mental health issues. Hoping to learn more about encouraging openness, we asked her a few questions.
Research has found that 31 per cent of employees believe themselves to be unproductive for two hours every day. This, they said, would be remedied by a shorter work week.
As was suggested by Mariano Mamertino, EMEA economist of Indeed: “Britain’s employment picture is starting to look more anomaly than achievement.” We unveil further details on the issue in our July 2017 economic statistics roundup.
When it comes to fixing reputational damage, two sectors are working overtime – and it’s all because of lack-lustre customer service.
The Supreme Court has dished out justice in terms of the tribunal fees staff have had to pay to bring a claim forward – and bosses need to be made aware of it.
Any company doing business online faces the possibility of being hacked. But while UK bosses acknowledge the need for strategy to mitigate digital risks, they believe most cyber issues don’t apply to them in the first place.
If you’re putting your next reading list together, but are stuck for business book ideas, here are the recommendations of 11 UK leaders.
With the nation’s ability to counter stress under a magnifying glass, Gedanken managing director David Cliff details how SME bosses can address mental health – and delivers opinion on where Britain is still lacking.