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Hephzi Pemberton, Founder, Equality GroupThe cost of bad leadership
Hephzi Pemberton, Founder, Equality Group (21-Jun-2019)
Anyone could be a manager, but that doesn't mean that anyone should be. Bad leadership has a cost!
Kelly Feehan, Servies Director, CABAPerils of dining at your desk
Kelly Feehan, Servies Director, CABA (13-Feb-2019)
Taking a break from your desk, and particularly a computer screen, is essential to wellbeing and a great way to re-charge
WorkthereFelling the chill?
Workthere (05-Feb-2019)
Maintaining an ideal temperature whilst at work helps workers to be happier and more productive
Tim Warren, Commercial Director, Harley Street ConciergeSupport employees with cancer
Tim Warren, Commercial Director, Harley Street Concierge (04-Feb-2019)
Over 100,000 UK people of working age are diagnosed with cancer each year. 36% of employees have no form of support from their employer in the face of a diagnosis
Mike Davis, Head of SME, AXA PPP HealthcareAbsenteeism, presenteeism and business
Mike Davis, Head of SME, AXA PPP Healthcare (01-Feb-2019)
When someone is absent from work, the remaining staff may take on the extra load. But when they come in to work sick, everyone is at risk of catching a cold. Which is worse?
Mark Pearcy, Head of Marketing, 4ComWork - friends or no friends?
Mark Pearcy, Head of Marketing, 4Com (30-Jan-2019)
Most people spend more time with colleagues than anyone else in their lives, but do they make friends at work and does it affect performance?
Paula Whelan, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, RighTrackMental health and managers' responsibilities
Paula Whelan, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, RighTrack (10-Oct-2018)
Mental health is just as important as physical health and tending to our invisible ailments needs the same level of attention as a visible illness
Stephen James, Marketing Manager, EbuyerFlexibility of working hours is the answer
Stephen James, Marketing Manager, Ebuyer (14-Sep-2018)
Now is the time to embrace flexible working hours, especially to attract and retain employees - adapt to the new cultures to be successful
Rosalind Cardinal, Managing Director, Shaping ChangeFour secrets to being more resilient
Rosalind Cardinal, Managing Director, Shaping Change (31-Aug-2018)
Resilience is essential not just in everyday life but in business as well. It is something anyone can build - 4 secrets to success
Ciara McGrath, Head of HR and Talent, Instant OfficesImproving communications in the office
Ciara McGrath, Head of HR and Talent, Instant Offices (10-Jun-2016)
One of the most vital aspects of working in business is communication - it ensures that issues are solved effectively and that all projects can run efficiently
Lucie Greenwood, Sales Manager, avaThe cost of public holidays
Lucie Greenwood, Sales Manager, ava (02-Jun-2016)
Over half (51%) of UK residents are unhappy with the number of public holidays and how they slot into the calendar - not to mention the cost to the economy
Ciara McGrath, Head of HR, Instant OfficesHow to avoid burnout at work
Ciara McGrath, Head of HR, Instant Offices (12-May-2016)
One in four of us feels under pressure at work on a daily basis. What are the signs and what to do about it?
Dave Capper, Executive Director, Westfield HealthMental health - the elephant in the room
Dave Capper, Executive Director, Westfield Health (04-Feb-2016)
Mental health problems such as stress are common so we need to be able to discuss them openly
Sarah Coulson. Bureau Manager, Rawlinsons Payroll and HRReal Time Information: are you ready?
Sarah Coulson. Bureau Manager, Rawlinsons Payroll and HR (04-Feb-2013)
From April, businesses will be required to submit information to HMRC on or before the date they pay employees - are you ready?
Mike Fleming, Tax Director, StraughansThe morality of tax
Mike Fleming, Tax Director, Straughans (11-Dec-2012)
Moral judgements about tax are currently flying around the media - we look at the morality and common sense
Sarah Coulson, Rawlinsons Payroll and HRNew HMRC Real Time Information - be prepared
Sarah Coulson, Rawlinsons Payroll and HR (10-Oct-2012)
HMRC's new Real Time Information system will make it easier for employers, pension providers and HMRC to administer PAYE, but organisations must be prepared

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