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That’s Just Weird…

That’s just weird…

5 weird and wonderful interview techniques Once upon a time, job interviews were fairly straightforward affairs. They began with a handshake, consisted of questions relating to your skills and experience and if you’d done really well, they’d end on a…

Servcorp’s Guide To Coworking In London

Servcorp’s Guide to Coworking in London

Professionals in either East or West London will find the search for coworking spaces easy. With London office rents being some of the most expensive in the world, businesses are tasked with having to find suitable, affordable office space in…

Shared Space

Shared Space

6 Advantages of Coworking Spaces That Traditional Office Spaces Simply Cannot Offer When running a business or having the flexibility to work from home, it is crucial to be able to pick the right office space for your needs. Revolutionary…

Social Ethos

Social Ethos

Two thirds of SME employees “socially-committed workers” as company ethos considered increasingly important Unum report, The Future Workforce, reveals the importance of a company’s ethical credentials to attracting and retaining talent 64% SME employees value company ethos - higher than…

“What Time Were Your Born?”

“What Time Were Your Born?”

The Weirdest and Worst Interview Questions Ever Asked ‘What’s your greatest weakness?’, ‘Tell us about a time where you showcased leadership skills’, ‘How do you overcome challenges in the workplace?’ Every person who's ever been for a job interview is…

Theresa May

Theresa May

How Do You Solve A Problem Like Theresa. I was starting to like Theresa May. Perhaps that’s the wrong word. Warm to her. Nope, that’s definitely the wrong word. It was a latent-sympathy-grudging-admiration combo, the kind you have for the…

Freedom Of Expression

Freedom of expression

EU Court to hear how the ‘right to be forgotten’ threatens freedom of expression and human rights protections in developing nations Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC, Jude Bunting, Jennifer Robinson On Tuesday 11 September 2018 the Grand Chamber of the Court of…

Train Data

Train Data

How do we share its benefits? The Department for Transport (DfT) recently published its 'Joint Rail Data Action Plan' setting out a number of objectives and associated timescales, which an industry-led taskforce will work towards in order to improve the…

Brexit Bravery

Brexit Bravery

The Midlands and North-South divide; it's impact on productivity post-Brexit Jenny Tooth, CEO of the UK Business Angel Association, provides commentary following Jake Berry MP's trip to the North of England. As the UK plans its exit from the European Union the resulting deal is hanging…

Work From Home

Work from home

Brits name commute as ‘number 1 reason’ to work from home The majority of Britons believe that a lack of commute is the prime benefit to working from home, with flexible hours coming a close second, according to new research…

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