Staff working from home are prone to distractions – the TV is in full view, the couch is comfy and the fridge is nearby. Despite what you may think, home workers are proving the stereotype wrong thanks to this list of workplace distractions.
To make sure your 2017 is as productive as possible, we’ve got a rundown of the eight best business apps you should download to help manage your operation.
Monday 6 February has been dubbed “National Sickie Day”– the most popular day in the year for UK employees to be reliably unreliable and phone their bosses to say they won’t be in.
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We have all had to partake in team building activities, no matter what job role we find ourselves, but they can be a great way to boost business productivity.
While some may call it an invasion of privacy, Charlie Mullins thinks technology such as electronic monitoring are key to sorting out British productivity.
As a business leader, what will you do to make boosting productivity in your company with a one per cent improvement in 2017 happen?
When it comes to business travel, we’ve all been there – juggling our laptops with our briefcases, or balancing a croissant precariously on our knees, whilst taking a sip of scorching coffee.
These last few months have been mired with uncertainty, so it stands to reason the figures comprising our December 2016 economic statistics roundup reflect it.
Glassdoor unveiled the nation’s best places to work for – all of which put an emphasis on the need for great company culture.
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Those working in the human resources sector (HR) have been found to take the highest number of sick days due to unhappiness at work, new research has found.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has just given his first Budget address in the Autumn Statement 2016 speech, and here are the most important developments for business leaders.