Flexible working once a week could be a way to reduce stress.
New research finds out how much Britons spend over Christmas – and the stats point to a festive eyesore!
18 per cent of Christmas Day workers get no extra pay, says new report.
Hospitality sector feeling the Christmas ‘Grinch’ as EU workers leaving the UK cause major staff shortages.
Christmas can be a financially stressful time for all of us.
New report finds what women and men each desire.
Philip Richardson shines a light on the options open to employers and how to best manage the legal requirements surrounding seasonal working.
How can we manage seasonal stress?
British Nutrition Foundation’s scientists have compiled their best advice for enjoying Christmas in the workplace, January guilt-free.
Festive seasonal workplace décor boosts wellbeing for employees and customers, new study finds.
Whilst it is the time of year to ‘let your hair down’ and celebrate success and hard work with colleagues, Christmas parties have also become synonymous with misbehaviour, and often, employers simply do not know how to manage and avoid it.
Like-for-like sales grew by 1.4 percent year-on-year sales in January, driven by a strong performance in the first two weeks of the year when the post Christmas sales were at their height.
Contrary to Next’s report of particularly low sales over the Christmas period, this year Sainsbury’s has reported that its sales were better than expected.
Troubled firm Sports Direct has taken the stock market by surprise after issuing a profit warning. The company’s annual profits will be up to £40m lower than expected, something Sports Direct is blaming on tough trading on the high street and the warm weather in the run-up to Christmas.
Think Christmas is simply the time for gifts and giving, celebrations and parties? Think again. Households up and down the country are set to be full of well-intentioned relatives who always manage to ask the most inappropriate of questions, usually revolving around love…marriage or….work.