Mondays have become eponymous with slow starts and lack of productivity. And while bosses look for ways to combat employees’ hatred of the day, boosting the office mood and offering free food seem to be the only real solutions.
British Land’s Joff Sharpe tackles the issue of small business productivity, with internet issues and general admin being a chief concern around the UK.
It’s time to acknowledge that while we work longer hours, a distraction epidemic is spreading across Britain, making it harder for staff to refocus.
Gone are the days of cleverly-crafted sick day excuses. While some genuinely need an extra day out of the office to keep their health in check and stress at bay, some absurd excuses have made their way to management.
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.
A simple solution for improving the day-to-day activities of the workforce could be by taking a sensible approach to technology innovation.
Technological advancement has brought about the streamlining of many day-to-day tasks, but what about eating? Real Business tried out a meal delivery service to see how it all works.
Oldrids & Downtown’s Robyn Henderson looks at the age-old issue of lunch breaks and discusses what employers should be doing to promote them.
Even on the best of days, certain habits of colleagues can irk us beyond belief. But what, exactly, are the biggest office annoyances?
Whilst many are familiar with the impact sickness absence has on businesses, especially smaller organisations, little information is provided about the effect of presenteeism.
When you’re leading a fast-growth business it can often be hard to prioritise and remain productive, so Real Business has found out how nine high flyers construct their typical working day.
Audio Boom once dedicated a podcast to workplace motivation, claiming most jobs evoked boredom to a certain degree – a topic that has since quickly gained traction.