It’s been a busy couple of months for me and my feet have barely touched the ground. I spent most of February and March travelling, so it’s nice to sit down and reflect on what’s been happening.
As the trend of job satisfaction continues to grow across the country, UK employees have revealed the workplace perks they desire the most.
For the first helping of Corporate Insights in 2017, we’ve spoken with Rackspace to hear how, and why, the company’s “fanatical support” office design fits into the operation.
Despite all the fun of the festive season, the Christmas bubble has been replaced with January blues, so staff retention should be a priority for the New Year.
It’s one of the most controversial routes to enterprise and entrepreneurship. And in most instances, the stereotypes people hold about network marketing become true.
Job site Indeed has revealed the top UK employers for 2016, which have been ranked based on employee reviews that cover multiple factors.
On the eve of chancellor Phillip Hammond’s first budget address to members of parliament, Real Business provides some Autumn Statement predictions.
When did our workspaces turn into playgrounds? Google’s Zurich HQ has a slide, while LinkedIn’s office is stocked with drums and guitars – but such perks may not be things staff will want in the future office.
Small and medium sized businesses are increasingly finding that employees are demanding the same benefits they would find in a large, multinational corporation – and won’t accept limited budget or the size of the company as an excuse for not receiving them.
Andy Budd, co-founder and managing director of Clearleft, talks about the growing Silicon Valley campus culture and how it could affect business culture here in the UK.
According to research from payroll services company Moorepay, the annual cost of the newly introduced national living wage to the UK’s smaller firms will be around £1.67bn.
Let’s face it, the workplace is pretty darn important for employees, especially office workers who regularly spend more time with their colleagues and their computers than with their friends and family.