It’s a funny time of year. People are either on holiday, just back from holiday, or fed up because they haven’t had a holiday. The conversation in the office revolves around just how long the wait was at passport control […]
The first few dreary months of winter is traditionally the time when in an attempt to lift their spirits, people start thinking about booking a holiday and jetting off to sunnier climes. But if a recent survey is to be […]
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There’s a definite whiff of suncream in the air this week as the pace of work starts to wind down and employees get ready to head off for their summer break.
Research from the Institute of Leadership and Management suggests, however, that the lead-up to the summer holidays is actually one of the most stressful times of the year and that many managers won’t be fully switching off when they take their well-earned break.
The countdown to London 2012 has begun (196 days in case you’re wondering) – but it seems as if the prospect of the Olympics is being greeted with apathy in a significant number of boardrooms.
An email popped into my in-box yesterday afternoon, just as I was slowly cranking my brain into gear and trying to summon up some enthusiasm for work after the festive season.
Tis the season to be jolly – and in offices across the country people are donning their Santa hats and heading off to the company Christmas bash.
So it’s half term and harassed working parents everywhere are gearing up for a difficult week ahead. But while the school holidays are undoubtedly hard for employees trying to juggle the demands of work and family, they can pose a […]
Several of my friends have been away on holiday this week – but I have to say I haven’t really missed them.
There’s nothing like a row over holiday dates to cause a bad atmosphere at work – although one stylist at hairdresser Toni & Guy may have taken her dissatisfaction a step too far.