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For hospitality firms, December is a whirl of Christmas parties and festive excess even if they?re the ones working hard to ensure everyone has a good time. But when the music stops in the New Year, the hangover hits pubs, hotels, and restaurants particularly hard with January blues.
Admit it we ve all been there. Those grey days from September to April which bring with them low moods known as the winter blues?.
With winter fast approaching, business owners should be reminded of their responsibility to protect workers against the cold in order to reduce the risk of workplace incidents and sickness absence.
Some 20 per cent of Brits admit to calling in sick because of the winter blues and, on average, those that do call in sick, take off four days a year because of the condition.
This winter will see the strongest SME growth since the financial crisis began, according to a new report from the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr), commissioned by British Gas Business.
The autumn and winter months can be a difficult time for the small business owner. Full offices are a rare site as employees are struck down by colds and the flu, or are unable to make it into work due to adverse weather conditions.
Not everyone is moaning about this sad excuse for a "Spring". Some companies can celebrate, as the weather is boosting their profits.
Good news for employers: the winter months increase working hours.
It’s still warm outside, but snow and ice will quickly replace the sun. Here’s how to prepare your business for the winter don’t miss these top tips.