Six Personas That Can Affect Productivity

Six personas that can affect productivity

It’s not surprising that some of us are apprehensive about the idea of going back into the office after a long spell at home. It may not be because of tackling the daily commute, or the crowded trains and buses – although these are things we certainly haven’t missed. It’s the worry about having to do extra hours, just to get the same level of work done because of interruptions from our colleagues.

10 Reasons Why Employees Want to Carry on Flexible Working

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For years people have battled for flexible working conditions, and employers were starting to let go of the reins very, very slowly.

In those days (you know, way back in 2019) it was considered a perk if you could work part of your week from home. If you were offered flexible working it gave you the feeling you were joining a company that was modern, dynamic, and almost futuristic in their way of thinking

The Five C’s Recipe of Happiness

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We’ve never been more aware of the importance of being happy at work. Mental health has been thrust into the limelight, with people in the public eye regularly talking about the battles they face. We all know that it’s good to talk, and to be open about any issues that could be affecting our mental health.

PropertyNet helps Santa recruit little helpers!

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Don’t be fooled by the name of our data-driven, automatic production platform ‘Property Net.’ Yes, it’s historically been used for the creation of property advertisement, enabling estate agents to create brand-consistent adverts. However, this week it has helped Midland News Association’s (MNA) Express and Star newspaper create an eight-page supplement, displaying a whole host of … Read more

It used to be six degrees of separation, but are we now seamlessly connected?

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With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, we got thinking about relations, connections, links, partnerships – i.e. anything where one is joined to another in a seamless manner. Many people will have heard the term ‘six degrees of separation’. It’s a theory that was first proposed in the late 1920s by a Hungarian writer, Frigyes Karinthy. It … Read more