51% of employees say they would be more productive if they knew how their work tied into overall company objectives
Employing the right candidate for a job is paramount, particularly for smaller businesses. Every employer is looking for a candidate to hit the ground running, which is not always possible for young people.
Executives should ditch meetings, quit multitasking and learn how to delegate to maximise productivity in the office, experts have warned.
As confirmed in the Autumn budget, Britain has a significant problem with productivity. Iain Bell from MintCentral offers his advice on improving employee advocacy to maximise profits and increase productivity in the workplace.
Study shows employees lose an average of 30.4 working days each year due to sickness and underperformance in the office as a result of ill-health.
How do you manage the stress levels and motivation of your employees? Maybe you buy your team a lavish lunch, or let them leave work 30 minutes early. But have you thought about the effect of bringing your beloved dog into the office?
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?
Productivity growth in the UK will continue to stall without Government and industry action to tackle a digital skills deficit in small businesses, according to new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
To boost growth, productivity and earnings, the UK should encourage lifelong learning among adults and promote better skills utilisation, according to a new OECD report.
Dedicated GovTech Catalyst team and £20 million fund to help tech firms deliver innovative fixes to public sector challenges.
Study finds more men than women have a positive outlook on automation in the workplace, believing it will reduce errors
Just 14 per cent of UK SMEs claim productivity is not an issue, new research reveals.
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show that the UK’s productivity levels have dropped back to pre-financial crisis levels and continues to lag behind other major economies.
Figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that the demand for labour remains strong, which includes a relatively high share of permanent, full-time jobs.
The world of work is changing and, with it, the need for a more agile approach is growing. Just as there are opportunities associated with this fresh approach to work, there are also a fair number of challenges to consider.