Four years since flexible working regulations were introduced, research from the Smarter Working Initiative reveals three quarters of UK employees now consider the option as crucial when selecting a new role.
In his latest entry for Founders Diaries, Mungo Park weighs up the pros and cons of recruiting staff on a part-time basis to plug gaps in key areas of your business.
Research has shown that 26% of the UK population believe they do not have a good work-life balance. Pair this with the 58% who state they are “too tired” to exercise during the work week, and it’s clear we need to find ways to help employees be healthy and happy.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar where Muslims carry out a period of religious observance, including fasting, prayer and self-reflection.
At a time when the next generation of graduates enter the workplace, companies are facing an ongoing challenge of creating a technological environment that not only enables new recruits to fulfil their potential but improve the efficiency of the business as well.
Paul Rosenthal, founder of Appstractor, takes a closer look at the security risk to businesses caused by employees side-stepping cyber protocols, failing to configure or install software correctly.
Today’s HR managers are increasingly targeting millennials to rejuvenate the workforce. However, this generation of employees demand flexibility – in both their working hours, and working location.
A red weather warning was recently issued across the country, keeping a large amount of staff from making the journey into the office. But were companies adequately prepared for employees to work from home?
A recent study has found that the majority of UK employees would appreciate being offered flexible working, with many now preferring this option to a pay rise.
New research reveals who the happiest workers in the UK are most likely to be – and what it takes to improve employee morale.
With business owners increasingly aware of improved employee health benefits, expect wellbeing trends and initiatives to become more prevalent in the coming months.
The workplace is in the midst of the biggest revolution since the industrial age. An emerging consequence of this is demand for remote and flexible working.