Digital Tools And Software That Every Business Should Have

Regardless, if you are running a small or large business, you will be faced with some of the same obstacles. Certain software and tools available can help both small and large businesses overcome these obstacles. The only problem is that some of these tools can be incredibly expensive. This might not be a problem for larger businesses, but it could place the tools out of reach for smaller and less wealthy businesses. Continue reading “Digital Tools And Software That Every Business Should Have”

WiFi and productivity: how is BYOD culture changing the workplace?

Over the last decade, WiFi has revolutionised the ways that we work and live. During working hours, employees can remain connected to the internet, emails, and social media until they go home – without having to be tied down to a desktop computer. Continue reading “WiFi and productivity: how is BYOD culture changing the workplace?”

4 Mistakes Designers Make With Modern Offices

Office designers create hugely functional and attractive modern working spaces, but they do not always get it completely right. There have been some high-profile examples of how office designers have missed the mark and created spaces which are not really fit for purpose. Here are some examples of the things not to do when designing a modern office. Continue reading “4 Mistakes Designers Make With Modern Offices”

The effects of the post-digital age on the workplace

The digital age has had huge effects on both work and pleasure. It’s changed communication forever. In the month up to December 2016, it is estimated that there will be 42.4 million smartphone users in the UK. In January 2017, the Labour Force Survey found that there were 31.85 million people in employment. When there are 10.55 million more smartphones per user than there are employees in the UK, it becomes clear how and why the smartphone has changed our day-to-day working practices — but is it for better or for worse? Continue reading “The effects of the post-digital age on the workplace”

How To Become A Better Leader – 10 Useful Tips

There are a lot of leaders out there, but very few of them can be called great. That’s because being a great leader is not easy. A great leader is effective, inspiring and is well respected. It takes effort, continuous self-evaluation and improvement, and sometimes training, for an average leader to become great. Continue reading “How To Become A Better Leader – 10 Useful Tips”

Why Construction Firms are Worried by a Hard Brexit

After the UK voted in favour of leaving the EU in its historic referendum back in June 2016, many industries have been plunged into uncertainty. The construction sector is one of these, with the possibility of a hard Brexit worrying the bosses at many UK firms. Until Article 50 is triggered and negotiations get underway for the UK to begin actually exiting the EU, a lot of uncertainty will remain. Many construction companies are already looking at solutions in advance, such as construction financing from Touch Financial to protect against these future concerns.   Continue reading “Why Construction Firms are Worried by a Hard Brexit”

Reduce Construction Site Costs with a Waste Management Audit

A waste management audit makes for a great cost-reduction opportunity in major construction-area expenditure. This audit would involve the assessment of the nature, amount and composition of the waste produced by a project in addition to identifying exactly how this waste is generated, how it’s currently managed and how it could possibly be managed better. Continue reading “Reduce Construction Site Costs with a Waste Management Audit”

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