Tag: worklife balance

Employees leave for a better work life balance

Four years ago higher remuneration was the primary driver behind employees seeking new employment opportunities, but work life balance now tops the list according to a new study by recruitment specialists Robert Half UK

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UK workers feel pressured to work on holiday

Holidays aren’t as restful as they should be, with three quarters (76%) of employees admitting to taking work away with them when they depart for annual leave and 81 percent checking in with the office while they’re away.

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Infographic: The benefits of a tech-free holiday

This infographic explores the many advantages of employees taking a break from their digital devices when away on annual leave, including tangible and significant improvements in their health, happiness and productivity.

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Employees skipping annual holiday in favour of work

Despite the perhaps obvious benefits to getting away from the workplace for a week or two, more than half of people have been found to prioritise work over a holiday with loved ones, according to new research from hospitality company Diamond Resorts International.

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Sonia Blizzard: Living in the cloud

Internet security expert and MD of Beaming, Sonia Blizzard, discusses the work-life balance element of the cloud, as well as how lives are lived, literally, on the cloud.

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