After all the anticipation ahead of the World Cup, it is a huge blow when your country is eliminated.
Bosses around the globe will have introduced flexible working policies to accommodate the World Cup, but do they even matter once their te...
The World Cup is upon us and football fever is taking over in countries across the globe.
Ahead of the kick-off later today, fans across the world are asking themselves: will Messi win his first World Cup? Could Rooney finally show his best...
Statutory Sick Pay compensation can no longer be reclaimed from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
This is due to the abolition of the Percentage Threshold Scheme (PTS), which was introduced to protect businesses with above average rates of sic...
Leadership qualities are vital to the running of a successful business. The ability to maximise the potential of employees is invaluable and organisations always look for managers with the "IT factor" to motivate workers.
However, a recent...
Depression is one of the biggest threats to the health of employees across the country, and it is vital for managers to address the issue with due care.
In previous generations, the attitude to mental health and depression was categor...
It will soon be Easter: the only time of year when a 100g chocolate egg is an acceptable breakfast choice.
Come Easter Sunday, our five portions of fruit and veg are swapped for five delectable chocolate servings, while a 4-day weeken...
Balancing a challenging full-time job with a bubbling social life is a tough task for anyone and leaves little time to focus on your own personal health.
Sure, putting your feet up after a long day in the office certainly isn't unhealthy, b...
The UK has suffered its wettest winter of all time, bringing nothing but misery to the country's residents.
Met Office records show that the UK has experienced 517.6mm of rain, beating the previous record of 485.11mm in 1995 and flooding pr...
We've all had those days when getting ready to work requires the kind of herculean motivation usually associated with running a marathon, or climbing Everest.
In fact, lethargy is so prominent in the winter months that National Sickie D...
At the moment, administrators spend a proportionate amount of their day sorting through emails relating to absences.
It often takes two or three emails for an absence to be recognised by a senior member of a team and, since staff cann...
Levels of employee absence has declined by 1 day
Employees are now absent for an average of 6.6 days a year, compared to 7.6 days recorded in 2013.
The CIPD (Chartered Institute of Per
3 ways to help employees battle depression
Depression is one of the biggest threats to the health of employees across the country, and it is vital for managers to address the issue with
How did your business fare on National Sickie Day?
We've all had those days when getting ready to work requires the kind of herculean motivation usually associated with running a marathon, or cli
Employees absent 7.6 days per year, study shows
Employees are absent for a total of 7.6 days per year, new research has indicated.
A study from the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Devel
How Using the Bradford Factor Can Reduce Your Staff Absenteeism
What is the Bradford Factor anyway? What do I do with it? And how is it actually going to help me and my company?
These are all questions you m
Top Tips to Prevent High Absenteeism
Staff absence costs companies money. In fact in 2009, the CBI estimated that the cost of UK workplace absence was nearly £17bn.
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