A new survey brings to light the attitudes of employees across Europe, sparking concern for business leaders.
Study shows employees lose an average of 30.4 working days each year due to sickness and underperformance in the office as a result of ill-health. Productivity loss due to physical and mental health issues is costing the UK economy an estimated £77.5 billion a year.
The full scale of efficiency cuts by in-house legal teams has been revealed, with five of the biggest law departments collectively cutting more than 507,000 hours of lawyer time annually, a new report reveals.
Almost half (49%) say they take short breaks as often as every 2 hours; 36% say regular mini breaks have helped them to increase energy levels and productivity; 25-34-year-old workers take the most frequent breaks, with 1 in 10 taking two breaks per hour.
Value of wasted time is $27.5B/year nationwide.
Cycle to Work Day 2017 is approaching us on September the 13th and it is in full swing for its 5th anniversary. Research from Cyclescheme has highlighted that employees who cycle for their morning commute generate more ideas, increase productivity and have less sick days.
Study shows employers can implement simple changes to reduce fatigue while raising worker productivity.
Michael Veltri, author of ‘The Mushin Way to Peak Performance’, shares tools and techniques to improve productivity.
A survey that compares the working habits of different age groups among 3,000 office workers across Europe has thrown up some unexpected findings. Among them it suggests that with age not only comes wisdom, but also greater resilience to extra demands and higher levels of productivity than their younger co-workers.
MATRIX is a learning management system for businesses developed by Cypher Learning that has helped more than 20,000 organisations train their global staff.
Three quarters (74%) of UK adults spend at least 30 minutes per day engaged in activities outside of actual work, and that’s a good thing – according to a new study by Business Intelligence specialists Xoomworks.
Back in May 2012, brightsolid, UK online technology company, implemented the social platform MangoApps to facilitate internal communications, improve workflow and collaboration.