Why are British workers not feeling motivated at work, and what are they looking for instead?
Tags: work life balance
Women who have had successful careers in business and are now looking to strike a work-life balance are an invaluable source of talent, says Carol Johnson.
Is flexible working the ‘new normal’?
Manchester has been revealed as the UK’s leading freelance hub.
Employees who are finding it increasingly difficult to disconnect from the demands of work in the post-festive season suffer mental health issues.
Do you stop emailing after work?
New research shows the trend linked to increased levels of stress at work.
80 per cent of the UK workers that do not get paid overtime admitted “it is just part of my job”,
New report finds what women and men each desire.
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.