New research has revealed an appetite for art in the office.
Tags: productivity at work
Need we do some more lateral thinking to improve conditions for innovation?
How can companies strike the perfect balance between commercial goals and a happy, engaged workforce?
There are different kinds of workers that are recognizable in the workplace – and researchers have just identified a new “Machiavellian” type.
New research finds that Wednesdays afternoon off have a positive impact on both productivity and wellbeing.
Sir Cary Cooper: How can we facilitate work cultures that produce healthy and happy workforces and, by association, increase productivity?
Post-lunch fatigue can really damage workplace productivity. Kenneth Freeman, head of innovation at Ambius, discusses a very natural remedy to the unwanted office lull.
This week’s CoreNet Global Summit 2015 focused on disruptive innovation, looking at how our perception of physical space is changing and how this will redefine our experiences in the future, particularly when it comes to understanding our working environment.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has been named Britain’s Healthiest Company and recognised as having Britain’s Healthiest Workforce which following the UK’s largest wellness survey, whose findings were validated by a research team at the University of Cambridge. The Healthiest Company award recognised the healthiest workplace and employees overall, whilst the Healthiest Workforce award considered factors…
An independent international study has revealed that business leaders identify their most common cause of wasted time during the workday is inefficient processes and duplicated efforts. The study, commissioned by Planview and conducted by research company Loudhouse, shows that companies without tech-driven productivity strategies are suffering the most, which can severely affect customer satisfaction and employee…
Business and HR leaders across the UK will allow employees to escape the transport scrum and leave their desks early to watch the Rugby World Cup 2015. Nearly three-quarters (73%) of UK firms will allow employees the flexibility to watch matches according to new research from recruitment specialists Robert Half UK. Of those, more than one in…
Lancaster based hosting and web design agency, Nublue, have this month received the Living Wage Accreditation, demonstrating that they pay all of their staff above the country’s Living Wage. The company have joined just a handful of local Living Wage businesses, and are among just a handful of technology companies in the North West to…
Companies will miss out on top talent of Generation Z if they fail to create smart offices empowered by technology
The latest official government figures reveal that more young people are entering the workforce than ever before, with youth unemployment falling by 200,000 in five years. With ‘Generation Z’ now entering the workforce, companies in all sectors and industries are under pressure to create an innovative modern workplace that will help them secure the best…
National Cycle to work day returns for its third year on 3rd September. The national events aims to encourage employees to cycle to work for just one day.
Absenteeism is a big issue in the workplace and is costing British businesses an estimated £32bn a year.