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Technology has been the catalyst for a number of workplace changes in recent years, and it is now enabling more flexibility than ever before. The adoption of smartphones, cloud computing, and video conferencing tools like Skype has meant that connectivity and collaboration over long distances has never been easier and businesses are beginning to take […]

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Alex Edmans, one of the speakers at our Conference on 24 November 2015, talks about the long-term impacts of social responsibility and challenges the idea that caring for society is at the expense of profit. Alex wrote this article ‘There is no trade off between profit and purpose‘ for the Huffington Post, which he describes […]

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Potential employers are always looking for that perfect employee, the one that is passionate about the company and will strive to help push the business towards greater success. But how can you be that ideal employee? Are you loyal? Are you hardworking and trustworthy? Do you have enough expertise and relevant experience in a similar […]

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Freshfields Bruckhaus and Deringer is an International law firm with over 2400 lawyers in 28 offices around the world. Provides service to national and multinational corporations. During the credit crisis management’s strong belief was that at this time of crisis, the firm must pull together across our – at the time – 27 office network […]

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Here in the UK, the government is pushing hard to spend vast amounts of money on a new high speed rail link (known as HS2) to reduce the time in which people can travel from London to Birmingham, and then eventually to Leeds and Manchester. Successive obstacles are learning to increased costs and more delays, not least […]

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How employers are using everything – from creative training to interior design – to create world-class working environments. The Guardian did a feature mid March on all the aspects employers are undertaking to engage employees. A wellbeing article stated ‘A happy, healthy workforce makes good business sense’ Julia Perrin, HR Director at law firm Sackers, […]

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This report provides an update on progress against each of the 28 ‘Nuttall Review’ recommendations, measured against the commitments that the government made in the ‘Government Response to the Nuttall Review’ published on 30 October 2012. The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) produced this report. Graeme Nuttall and representatives of the employee ownership […]

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Instant: Your office. Our Business Instant was founded in 1999 to ‘bring the fragmented serviced office market into one online market place’. Since then the company has grown rapidly both within the UK and internationally with revenues in 2012 forecast to exceed £26 million. Much of this growth has been down to the highly engaged […]

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Red Gate is a software company providing “ingeniously simple” tools for technology professionals worldwide. Founded by Neil Davidson and Simon Galbraith in 1999, it has annually featured in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For, since 2007 as well as numerous other awards. The company now employs 250 people in Cambridge and Pasadena, […]

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