Sure, everyone’s sat through a bad meeting… whether that’s because it’s boring, uninformative or feels like a waste of your time. The thing is, not everyone has sat through a good meeting and I think there needs to be serious work done on how we approach meetings and presentations. Continue reading
Businesses are just as vulnerable to identity fraud as individuals. This could be anything from supplying a fake or false registered company with products or supplies who then disappear when the bills arrive, to discovering that someone has ‘hijacked’ your business and has been securing credit, goods and services in your good name. Continue reading
Technology is advancing and it’s becoming a world where we depend on our phones or computers to do things for us. Amazon have launched the brilliant initiative of a checkout-free reality, where all payments process through your smartphone and automatically updates your basket. Continue reading
October is Computer Cleaning Month! If you’re not already, you should clean your computer and working area once a week to dispose of any unwanted germs in your office. Germs are invisible to the human eye so make sure you’re fully prepared for this year’s winter bug attack.
Has lunchtime boredom got its hold on you? Have no fear as we are here to save you with our 9 steps of lunchtime entertainment!
The new fiver is the first of the Bank of England’s new series of polymer notes, with the £10 (2017) and £20 (by 2020) notes to be replaced with polymer designs over the coming years.
So how productive are you at work, really?
When we have an important task to do that takes up quite a lot of time, the majority of us will move deadlines around, multitask or simply work longer hours to get the job done. Yes, these strategies may work in the short-term, but they aren’t sustainable long-term solutions. Once this becomes routine and you’re constantly trying to cram everything in, you become stressed and therefore your productivity level decreases.