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How to Create a Great Workplace Culture
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Having a strong workplace identity and culture can sometimes sound like just a fancy new buzzword for business and industry. But in reality, a great workplace culture is key to running a successful organisation. It inspires loyalty, builds your brand, and keeps your employees engaged and motivated. Here are a few tips on how to […]

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Are You Pedalling Towards Productivity?
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A study conducted by LEO, where over 1,000 London commuters were asked to share their thoughts on cycling to work showed that cycling to work can set you up for a good day in the office. According to the study, cyclists are 20 per cent more likely to find their commute to be acceptable compared […]

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Challenging Employees (Helping Them Grow And Not Get Bored)
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Being a good manager is definitely one of the most challenging roles a person can take on. In fact, it is so difficult that only about one in 10 people possess the talent to manage, according to Gallup. Perhaps that’s why only 13 percent of employees worldwide are engaged at work… But why it is […]

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Then It All Goes Black
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I arrive 15 minutes early, as per usual. Taking a seat in the waiting room, I scroll though the agenda for the meeting ahead. I put my phone back in my pocket and look around the room. I stare into the distance, absorbing the floor-to-ceiling fish tank behind reception. My eyes glaze over. To change […]

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Celebrating the First Engage for Success MK Conference
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From food selection to invitation circulation, material preparation to speaker organisation. A flurry of preparation preceded Tuesday’s Engage for Success Conference in Milton Keynes. But it was worth the wait. From organisation and work engagement to engaging managers Kickstarting the 50+ strong conference, Dr Clare Kelliher from Cranfield School of Management enlightened us into their […]

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40% Workers Say They Are More Productive Than Their Bosses, According To Annual Productivity Report
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40% of workers claim they are more productive than their bosses, as Britain suffers worst decade of productivity growth since 18th Century Annual productivity report shows 60% people think their workplace has productivity issues with 38% asking for bosses to do more to boost productivity Productivity levels in offices across the UK have fallen to […]

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Case Study: North West Firm Champions Workplace Health Initiative
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Businesses interested in implementing workplace wellbeing initiatives might want to look to the North West for inspiration. Starkey, a world leader in manufacturing and delivering advanced hearing solutions, has adopted a digital workplace health programme it believes will help staff to become healthier, happier and ultimately more productive. Based in Stockport, Starkey has adopted a […]

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Identifying The Level Of Engagement In Your Firm
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Globally, just 13% of employees are engaged at work. A Gallup poll; found that 41% of UK employees say they don’t feel they are in sync with their organisation’s goals. Engaged workers are an asset to your business. They work harder, have a greater sense of loyalty, are more willing to be team players and […]

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Why Focusing On Health And Wellbeing In The Workplace Makes Business Sense
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When it comes to businesses that are aiming for sustainability and success, health and wellness is not often a particularly important focus for those in management who are driving the growth of the company, but it should be. According to a poll by Mind, a mental health charity in the UK, the most stressful thoughts […]

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