New research finds that Wednesdays afternoon off have a positive impact on both productivity and wellbeing.
Tags: workplace culture
A quarter of 18 to 34-year-olds say they have gone to work still feeling drunk after boozy nights out over the past 12 months.
Close relations between all levels of staff matter when it comes to feel valued.
Should employers be updating their social media policies for employees?
HR departments can play a big part in successful business mergers since cultural integration plays a key part in the story.
Culture fit set to become a big recruitment story next year.
Clear “gender pet gap” is evident, with 12 per cent of male workers complaining about pets compared to only one per cent of women
Japan has been forced to confront its work culture after it was ruled that the death of a 31-year-old employee had been caused by overwork.
“She’s tiny, she’s the perfect height for a…” – Offensive comments still commonplace in UK offices in 2015
UK office workers could face dismissal as a result of offensive and joke comments, according to new research by London-based employment law solicitorsThomas Mansfield in an anonymous survey.
Cambridge Cognition (COG:LSE), the global provider of cognitive assessment software, today announced the launch of Cantab Corporate Health – a new partnership with leading health and wellbeing consultancy Shandwell.
To mark Pension Awareness Day, we are asking you this week about how well you feel your organisation communicates information on pensions to their employees.
People skills expert Duncan Lewin asks us to examine how we respond to criticism in the workplace
We’ve all heard the saying: “dress for the job you want” but how seriously do we consider our appearance at work and does it even matter?
In a recent report from Mumsnet it was revealed that six out of 10 women feel having children has had a negative effect on their career. The research also found that nine out of 10 women agreed that there exists a ‘motherhood penalty’ which stalls women’s careers. These numbers make for disappointing reading to anyone who wants an enthusiastic female workforce.
Erica Sosna from BlessingWhite explains the three key challenges for leaders wishing to shift the culture toward an alternative future.