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Software Consultant Paul Wallace, explains how Pivotal Solutions Limited have cultivated 20 years of success through high quality software and forming good relationships with customers.
Alison White, Founder & Director of White Workplace Consultancy Limited, examines how COVID-19 has changed the way we work & what we want from future workplaces.
Phone notifications are a necessary evil in our always-connected, work-from-anywhere world. But all too often, they can be a major distraction, pulling us away from our tasks and goals.
Exploring the relationship between mental health, the workforce, and biodiversity, workplaces should be encouraging their employees to volunteer in nature more.
Claus Rosenstand, Digital Hub Denmark Professor looks towards jobs arising in the digital age We don't know exactly what the jobs of the future will look like. But we know where to look for them. Namely, in digital tech start- and scaleups. In the transition from the hunter-gather age to the...
Remote healthcare communication tools can be highly effective and useful for collaboration, clinical assessments, and surgical training, finds Ingo Aicher, Managing Director at Jones AV Limited.
With 15% of the UK population considered neurodivergent, knowing how to support neurodiverse employees is vital for both employer and employee.
The rise of hybrid working has enabled greater flexibility for employees, laying bare a wealth of opportunities for organisations.
Office revamps, when implemented successfully, could be the key to increasing overall efficiency, productivity and employer competitiveness.
There are numerous benefits of working from home for disabled workers, who have been the worst affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in their careers.
Over 6.5 million people in the UK are expected to leave their job in the next year, indicating that those with the poorest job quality are the most likely to have an intention to quit.
Dr Christine Grant, Associate Fellow at the Coventry University Centre for Healthcare Research, introduces the ‘Remote for All’ (R4All) research study, discussing disability, neurodiversity, an inclusive workplace, and remote e-working in the UK.
Here, Alison White explores how the COVID-19 working from home trend has changed attitudes away from commuting into cities towards staying local.
Do we still need meeting rooms? What the 6 types of pre-pandemic office ‘meetings' can teach us about the future of the workplace
Micael Johnstone, Strategy and Future of Organisations Expert and Co-Founder of Wading Herons, provides thought leadership on smarter working from a human resources perspective.
Productivity is vital for all organisations to thrive, and in today’s always-on society, many employees are feeling the pressure to get more work done than ever before.
From Richard Branson to Stephen Covey it's a widely shared belief that people are a company's greatest asset - it is simply not possible to build a prosperous business without good people.
Almost half of working people are at risk of job burnout, and people working from home are more likely to feel this way, as almost one in ten are burning out.
Here, the Swindon and Wiltshire team explain how the Getting Building Fund is delivering in the area - with big expectations for future investments.
The last two years created psychological strain, with the pandemic sparking feelings of uncertainty about both professional and personal futures - creating issues for employee mental health.