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Companies should work together to roll out flexible working

Companies should work together to roll out flexible working

In order to implement a successful flexible working strategy, experience and expertise from many departments across a company will be required.

That is according to environmental website BusinessGreen, which says that "joined up thinking" is required from the start when …

Negative attitudes hinder benefits of flexible working

Negative attitudes hinder benefits of flexible working

Managers are not embracing the true benefits of flexible working as they do not have the right systems in place to really get the most out of it.

Furthermore, while flexible working is currently offered by 94 per cent of …

BYOD gives Intel 5m hours extra productivity

BYOD gives Intel 5m hours extra productivity

Intel has enjoyed a gain of around five million hours of annual productivity as a result of implementing a successful bring your own device (BYOD) policy.

Roughly speaking, the company says that savings of around 57 minutes per employee each …

Budget policies boost SMEs

Budget policies boost SMEs

Inspired and full of hope, UK's small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have been encouraged by George Osborne's latest budget and for many, they can see a light at the the end of the tunnel.

John Walker, national chairman of the …

Invest in people to build a strong business

Invest in people to build a strong business

Today's working environment can have negative effects on staff members but there are a number of initiatives that can be adopted by employers to counteract them.

That is according to a joint study released by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) …

Wiltshire Council boosts remote working

Wiltshire Council boosts remote working

Wiltshire Council is adopting a range of measures to allow its employees to be able to work flexibly from home, remotely or while on-the-go.

This will enable council staff to fulfil tasks such as filing reports and undertaking other administrative …