Procrastinating at work is more harmful than you might think” with the average person getting distracted every 3 minutes, amounting to a week’s worth of wasted time per year.
Technological advancements are rapidly reshaping the business world. The arrival of project management apps, team chat apps and online timesheets has made it possible for employers to save time for stuff that matters the most i.e. getting work done.
Updated statistics on employment interest in the UK reveals that Brexit has tarnished the desire for EU workers to relocate here for work.
While recent research has found that small business owners find it hard to take a holiday without staying in touch with the business, employees also expect their boss to try and get in touch with them when they take time off.
Perhaps we don't need a survey to tell us that come Sunday people wish the weekend wasn't over, but according to reed.co.uk 22.9m Brits actually "suffer" from something called 'Sunday night fear'.
Studies suggest that the modern workforce is increasingly looking for a lifestyle rather than simply a pay cheque. With that in mind, here are three ideas that business owners should consider, all of which can make a real difference to their employees.
Get the "ammunition" you need for business by cashing in assets you don't need.