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It’s time to embrace the 4 day work week

At the end of February 2023, a trial into implementing a 4 day work week within the workplace involving 61 companies and nearly 3000 employees had come to a close. And the results astounded the old guard...


The cost of a toxic teammate

In a recent article, we spoke about the rise of workplace bullying in remote teams, i.e. people working from home. Though some people may believe co-worker clashes are a feature of the physical office, the stats show otherwise.

Old marketers

According to the ONS, three-quarters of the people employed in the marketing industry are under 45. Typically a sector at the forefront of new ideas, products and technologies, it’s perhaps not surprising that young people are attracted to working in the field.

Hogwarts Legacy Proves Single Player Games Aren’t Dead

Single-player games have been a rarity in recent years. The gaming industry has been taken over by the free-to-play model, simply because, in the long run, it can make more money for the developers.

Nationalisation is the only thing that will save our railways

I’m currently sat on an LNER Azuma train from Newcastle to Doncaster. The train should’ve left at 19:02; it’s now 19:40. This isn’t a huge a problem for me, admittedly—delays happen, and I’ll receive a refund of sorts.

What is a skeuomorph?

When you go to save a document on Word, which button do you press? There’re many ways to do it but chances are you select the floppy disk in the top corner of the screen. Ever consider that this is a little odd?

Reminiscing on the past decade with Google Search Trends

Working in marketing, I’m always aware of current events and new trends. I have to be up on the latest social media crazes in my job, but my habit of keeping up to date with all things popular extends into my time outside of work.

Will mass redundancies become more common?

Over the last year, we’ve heard many times that the job market is heavily weighted in favour the jobseeker, given how many hard-to-fill vacancies remain open.

Our country has gone to the dogs

Over the Christmas period, I refrained from talking about politics or current affairs, but I simply cannot ignore the state of our country anymore. It’s in complete turmoil.

Homeworking: employees love it; employers, not so much

We’re all aware how much remote working became a thing during the pandemic—but that was at a time when UK Plc had no choice but to work from home where possible.

A rundown of 2022 (Part one)

Happy New Year! Now that 2022 has come to a close, let’s look back at some of the things that happened during the last year. How many do you remember?

LinkedIn’s 20 Big Ideas for 2023

If the past few years have proved anything, it’s that life is unpredictable. The world is a precarious place; you never know what’s around the corner.

If your boss installed beds in your office…

Of course it sounds crazy. But, when you think about it, the intention to keep workers close has been at the forefront of many bosses’ minds over the years.

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