Excessive stress in the workplace can have devastating results for both employees and their companies, but there are ways to reduce stress and its impact. Occupational stress is proven to be one of the biggest health issues in the workplace. Thousands of companies across the land need to focus more on recognising the signs of undue work stress and manage their demands on employees before it reaches crisis level.
With more than 90% of Millennials saying flexible working is important to them, firms that don’t trust their staff to do so responsibly risk alienating existing workers and deterring potential new ones The world of work has undergone a seismic shift in recent years. Long gone are the days when pretty much everyone would get off the train or bus and pile into office blocks in formal clothes, ready to clock on at 9am and head for the exit door at 5pm sharp.
The growth of the serviced business centre is one of the UK’s biggest success stories of the past few years. The value of the sector in the UK has been put at £16 billion, if you use conventional methods, and even this might be a conservative estimate. The area is likely to grow much bigger, too, with some analysts saying its net worth could be as high as £126 billion by 2025. Serviced office to let supplier Basepoint has 31 centres spread right across southern England and in the Midlands. Here we look at how such business centres can operate as a miniature community, and what benefits they can offer your SME
Business names are more important than ever in the digital age, so anyone starting up a new business needs to think carefully about what to call it. Your name is your brand, which will feature strongly in your web presence and be one of the factors which helps to attract potential customers.
Utilising specialist meeting rooms helps you keep cost-per-hire in line, while still enabling you to attract the best staff! It’s undeniable that one of an organisation’s most valuable assets is its people