Within the past decade the workplace as we knew it, is no more. Driven by evolving technology and the need for workplaces to become more digital, organisations are placing collaboration at the heart of their businesses.
Working in an organised, clean, and tidy place can really help promote productivity. It makes finding what you need easier and ensures that you don’t waste time looking for that important document.
Microsoft’s Japanese division attempted a 4-day work week for the month of August this year; the results? A whole 40% more productivity from employees.
This weekend we learned that Steve Easterbrook, now the former CEO of multinational fast-food giant McDonald’s, was fired over an ongoing relationship with a work colleague.
For many of us, work is not just a source of income – it’s an essential source of identity, fulfilment, and self-worth, and some enlightened employers are waking up to the idea that the health of their businesses is inextricably linked to…
Business leaders are increasingly beginning to recognise that company culture has an important role to play when it comes to organisational success and driving retention of talent.
The office landscape is changing. Old cultural norms like business casual, 9-5 hours and overtly hierarchical structures are phasing out, making way for a more flexible and smarter environment.
Around 1.5 million people turned out to support London Pride and UK Black Pride this year. It is encouraging to see an increasing number of organisations from PwC to Tesco and Barclays join the parade and fly the rainbow flag in support of…
More and more small business owners are making wellbeing a priority within their businesses. Whether that’s to retain their current team members, to make the workplace a more positive place or to help attract new talent to join the company.