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New research reveals that finding a work/life balance is important to both wellbeing and ensuring employees are GDPR-
Three-quarters of UK employees (73 per cent) like to keep their work and home lives separate from one another according to research from ADP (Automatic Data Processing).
New research has found that nearly two thirds (60.2 per cent) of employees feel embarrassed about disclosing information on the state of their mental health with their employer.
UK professional women set the standard of a healthy work-life balance embracing today’s flexible working culture
Working women organise their time, tasks and diaries more efficiently, meaning they minimise the likelihood of their colleagues interrupting valuable time out
European employees appear ready to embrace the gig economy, according to research by ADP. The new study of nearly 10,000 European working adults reveals how employees across Europe feel about the future of work.
People in their late twenties and early thirties (25-34) are more unhappy about their work-life balance than any other age group, according to a YouGov poll.
For years working mums have been complaining about how to best juggle life as a mother and life in the workplace. New research reveals that millennial dads are now caught up in the same struggle of managing their work and family lives. Gary Cattermole, Director, The Survey Initiative, takes a closer look at what is going on and its implications for employee engagement…
Inspiration can be difficult to find and since inspiration tends to go hand in hand with motivation, one can have a serious knock on effect on the other.
Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of the right to request flexible working, but, a year on, there is concern that UK businesses have failed to embrace the new legislation.
Junior level staff are in need of a better work life balance according to new research. Many junior staff members are feeling added pressure to be constantly available for work.
With research revealing that HR workers rate work-life balance and job satisfaction as more important than salary, recruitment specialist REED is urging employers to give consideration to their recruitment and retention strategies.
Today, Indeed.com – the UK’s no. 1 job website – has revealed that Google is ranked as the best company for work-life balance as rated by employees on the jobsite. As new employment laws came into play yesterday giving all workers with at least 26 weeks of service the right to make a request for…
As the 20th January – the most depressing day of the year – draws in, Monster.co.uk releases new research revealing that sometimes it’s the simple things that can make us happy. Just a simple ‘thank you’ goes a long way, according to a third of respondents (35%) who say someone showing gratitude makes their working day that little…
Compared with the rest of the UK, office workers in Scotland are most likely to feel dissatisfied with their work-life balance – that is according to a study conducted by YouGov in conjunction with mobile workstyles and cloud services provider, Citrix. The findings, published today, reveal that over a quarter (27%) of Scots describe their work-life balance as…