According to a new survey of 18,000 people, we are in the middle of a global ‘rest deficit’. Here, its author Claudia Hammond exclusively reveals the research-backed ways to recharge — from ‘conscious listening’ to mid-afternoon baths (yes, really)
Encouraging your employees to lead fulfilling personal lives will benefit both them and the organisation, argues Danni Rush
Studies show flexible working is beneficial to employers as well as their staff, yet the majority of workers still can’t access it. This only makes their case stronger, writes James Moore
Set some goals, establish some new routines and get ready to take the rest of 2019 by storm: this is your guide to getting back on track as you head back to work after some well-deserved time off.
As London’s bosses flee the capital, for the office remainers it’s the season of flexi-presenteeism. From daytime gin to tactical emails, Phoebe Luckhurst has a slacker’s guide to a commute-free August
Flexible working should be the default position for all employees, rather than it being up to individuals to request.
Coworking spaces are appearing across the UK, we’ve taken a look at how they evolved, the facilities they provide and the benefits they give to freelancers and small businesses alike!
Have you ever seen the words Virtual Assistant (VA) and wondered what the hell that means, or how you could get one?
Virtual Assistant is more of an umbrella term for all sorts of support you can hire remotely.
There are now more women over 50 in work than ever before. But who said that’s too late to give up the rat race and follow your passion? From becoming your own CEO to writing that great novel, let these stories of midlife career switches inspire you
Project aims to ensure that digital platforms like Uber treat workers fairly. A team including researchers from The University of Manchester has created the world’s first ever rating system for working conditions in the digital economy.