A recent study by workplace solutions retailer, AJ Products, revealed that over 40% of people think that their work environment has a negative impact on their physical and emotional wellbeing. Concerned yet?
The energy within a company is also equal to the management of a company times the culture squared. While this equation might sound as dense as Einstein’s theory, by breaking it down, businesses can unlock their potential for success.
September is World Alzheimer’s Month, but what is the connection between this devastating disease and SMEs?
Mental health is at the forefront of people’s minds right now. But within this discussion, are we giving eating disorders the time they deserve?
Being a successful entrepreneur takes resilence by the bucketload. However, this isn’t just about being tough and ‘rolling with the punches’. True resilience, and ultimately business success relies on entrepreneurs creating strategies that prevent stress, fatigue, and burnout in the long-term.
When some of us think of life coaching we tend to think of 1980s Wall-Street and of haggard stockbrokers after a quick fix. However, the sector has evolved, gone global, and is currently the second fastest growing industry after IT. But recently it’s developed a particularly female bent. Enter the age of the female-led and female-focused life coaching. We met the female life coach entrepreneurs bringing comfort, positivity, and inspiration to female executives across the UK in an age of #MeToo, balancing responsibilities, and fighting the gender pay gap.
Why do employees feel obliged to come into work despite feeling unwell? And what does this say about common workplace culture?
This study shows the happiest, and most miserable, workforces in the world. Can we learn anything from them?
Class-based discrimination remains an enigma in diversity and inclusion discussions. These SMEs are here to say that it’s real and needs to be discussed.
When it comes to productivity, the UK has been dawdling behind other countries for decades now. Other countries such as France, Germany and the US all produce more work in a week than the UK.
What challenges do companies need to face in order to thrive in the future? It’s a question technology presenter Stephen Kelly asked a panel at the Konica Minolta event in Berlin.
Real Business recently went to Berlin to attend an intriguing event by Konica Minolta on the future, where author and scriptwriter Douglas Coupland unveiled some hard-hitting truths about technology shaping the way we think.