As job site Glassdoor reveals the top 20 companies for work-life balance in the UK, Real Business asks three of them what strategies have been put in place to look after staff.
The Taylor Review is set to shake things up for the gig economy, but is it for better or worse? We canvassed the business landscape for opinion on the matter.
As the workplace continues to change, the topic of flexible hours is a hot one, but many British employees are too afraid to raise the subject with bosses.
There’s something oddly endearing about the rise of the coffice, largely in part due to how coffee shops helped launch 17th-century Britain into a more productive era.
With the way his business is run, Steve Byrne has been able to experiment with smarter working practices and believes others would be silly not to as well.
Easy access to fast broadband can mean a more flexible lifestyle for your employees, and can help drive customers. Here’s how.
Rant & Rave’s Nigel Shanahan is on one business mission – to create ravers for life and ensure his company does not have a single recruitment issue.
Millennial employees are widely misunderstood. They can be highly valuable and useful – but employers must be willing to meet them halfway.
When it comes to the trend of working remotely, being at home is not necessarily the location that UK employees favour.
It’s important for small businesses to understand the impact of an ageing workforce, whilst developing and integrating practices which can increase productivity and harness the skills and knowledge that older employees bring to the table.
By the end of this year over 50 per cent of UK businesses will be implementing flexible working. That’s nearly 3m companies embracing the concept of remote employees, making office desks as we know them, obsolete.
In the last few years, we’ve seen co-working spaces grow from strength to strength. In London alone, there is estimated to be over 1,000 co-working spaces and the capital was recently cited as the leading global market in this sector.