Valentine’s Day is upon us and what I’d like to know is are you and your employees feeling the love? Now this isn’t a blog about the do’s and don’ts of office romances – but rather a question about how […]
The whole issue of pay, performance and employee reward is very much in the news this week with RBS chief Stephen Hester bowing to public and political pressure and agreeing to waive his £1 million bonus. Now most of us […]
More gloomy predictions about the economy this week, with figures showing that people in the UK are borrowing more on credit cards, overdrafts and loans than at the height of the 2009 recession.
Recent research has proved that laughter really is the best medicine. According to a University of Oxford study, people actually feel less pain after a good laugh, because it causes the body to release endorphins that act as natural painkillers.