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Top ten themes for Christmas parties 2017

Having a theme is a guaranteed way of adding excitement and sparkle to an event and this strategy is being adopted by more companies this year than ever before, according to live entertainment booking agency Alive Network. Alive’s own research has revealed the top Xmas party trends for 2017 – and offers some tips on recreating them…

Contributor: Dave Bevan | Published: 1 December 2017

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Employees motivated by bad news as well, research finds

The consequence was that these participants earned about 30 per cent less than what they would have earned by being fully transparent in the experiment. One might expect that our ‘managers’ would have improved at establishing transparency by round 10, but they did not. In fact, they got worse.

Contributor: Press Release | Published: 31 October 2017

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Employee engagement remains stubbornly low

More than a quarter (28 percent) of employers struggle to engage their workforce. Employers say that lower productivity (59 percent) is being driven by a lack of employee engagement. Key warning signs include internet browsing, being constantly late and chatting with colleagues.

Contributor: Matthew Harradine | Published: 11 August 2017

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Job satisfaction – managers are dropping the ball

According to research released today, job satisfaction and employee engagement are not doing well at UK large businesses – and both line managers and executive teams have to share the blame. It found that less than half of employees (43 percent) say they feel valued for their contribution to the business. Richard Webley, Managing Director – Dragonfish.

Contributor: Richard Webley | Published: 3 March 2017

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New years resolution – cut out annoying phrases

The most annoying office phrases should be stamped out as part of our New Year’s Resolutions. 2,602 office workers across the UK voted for the terms they hate the most. Compiled by Kit Out My Office, an online retailer of office furniture.

Contributor: Gareth Jones, Business Manager at Kit Out My Office | Published: 3 January 2017