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A little appreciation goes a long way: why saying thank you is worth it, and how to weave it into your benefits strategy

Technology has some catching up to do when it comes to pensions, and particularly regarding those coming up to retirement age

From guidelines for a zombie apocalypse to a mansplaining hotline, here are some of the things HR departments got up to in 2016…

If the Office Santa was coming to town, what would you ask him to bring? Here are a few ideas for your workplace wish list...

Why financial pressures could be affecting your workforce – and what you can do about it

The uptake of SPL has been much lower than expected – but some employers are having more success with it than others. What can we learn from them?

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As well as smart design, the best workspaces are focusing on flexibility, future-proofing and the feel-good factor

There’s plenty of evidence that dogs at work are a positive perk for employees. But before you make space for our four-legged friends, here are the pros and cons of pooches in the office. 

This year’s study of the UK workplace finds that employees are generally satisfied with their jobs and positive about work relationships. As ever, though, there are areas where employers could do better if they want to retain valued staff.

Most employers would agree that the health and wellbeing of staff is important to their company's success. There are plenty of ways you can improve your office space to boost this – but unless you’re Google and can afford to include allotments on your roof terrace, how can you realistically put this into practice? Office designer Joe Huddleston shares some achievable ideas

Sunday 25 June 2017
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