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Two in five will work while on holiday

Two in five will work while on holiday

Although the summer holidays are seen as an extended period of time in which to relax and rejuvenate, more and more professionals are choosing to work instead.

Two in five employees plan to complete job-related tasks during their summer holiday …

New technology can help boost remote working trend

New technology can help boost remote working trend

Many businesses remain opposed to the idea of letting employees work remotely, but new technology means having staff based outside of the office is more viable than ever.

The reasons for wanting to work remotely are numerous, but two of …

Teleconferencing used by healthcare professionals

Teleconferencing used by healthcare professionals

Teleconferencing is already a popular way of communicating for many businesses, but the healthcare sector is one that is newly embracing the technology.

The rise of the Ontario Telemedicine Network has helped St Joseph's General Hospital and the Elliot Lake …

Flexible working reveals gender divide

Flexible working reveals gender divide

Busy schedules and time-consuming tasks can leave few hours for family life or relaxing hobbies. Modern living is often hectic and results in us feeling frazzled at the end of the day.

Many companies offer flexible rotas which allow staff …

SMEs have “responsibility” to be green

SMEs have "responsibility" to be green

Having a good ecological standing is essential for small and medium-sized businesses these days.

Reducing a carbon footprint and being seen as a green company is not only a huge benefit for brand image, it is great for the environment …

Employing more women could boost GDP by 10%

Employing more women could boost GDP by 10%

Increasing the number of women in a firm could boost the UK's economic growth by a significant amount, a Women's Business Council report argues.

If the same number of females as males were represented in the country's workforce, the organisation …