Boosting employee productivity by corporate days out

If you’re looking to increase productivity across your workplace, you should start looking at corporate team building activities. If so, you need to focus your attention on corporate team-building activities.

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Defining Roles and Responsibilities in Project Management

Business projects tend to bring people together from within an organisation (as well as from without) to carry out various activities that aren’t always part of their normal job function. Some of these people may be contractors and specialists, brought in to provide functions and services that the organisation can’t provide itself, others may be members of staff who are seconded from their normal roles in order to help deliver the project. Continue reading “Defining Roles and Responsibilities in Project Management”

Business casual dress — is it good for productivity?

Lately, there has been a change in what employees wear in the office. At one time, a nine-to-five job was synonymous with a three-piece suit and briefcase. But, now, many companies are happy to let their employees dress in business casual attire or what they feel comfortable in. Is it affecting productivity, though? Black suits retailer, CT Shirts, tell us more: Continue reading “Business casual dress — is it good for productivity?”

5 Compelling Reasons to Introduce Staff Uniforms

Plenty of businessowners hold back on getting staff uniforms, considering the cost too high and worrying about inconveniencing their team. However, introducing uniforms can boost your business and please your workforce. Here are just five reasons why it’s well worth making the switch.

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Could you grow your workforce using technology?

The digital revolution has shifted the way we work — and has led to many changes that we are now thankful for after its origin in 1957 with the transistor.

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Winning Your Market Share Battle

While travelling definitely isn’t as expensive as most people make it out to be, it certainly isn’t dirt cheap either. You’ll still have to spend a little, but just exactly how much you spend doesn’t really depend on how far you intend to travel. Yes, generally a flight right across the other side of the world costs a lot more than one which is to a mere two-hour-away destination, but it’s mostly about the popularity of the flight routes – the busier the route, the cheaper it is to maintain and the cheaper it becomes for the passengers. Continue reading “Winning Your Market Share Battle”

Improving education in manufacturing and engineering

Contributing a significantly large sum towards the UK economy, the engineering and manufacturing sectors rely on their skilled employees to continue their hard work. In 2014 alone, the engineering sectors contributed an estimated £455.6 billion to Gross Domestic Product – 27% of the total UK GDP. They are also responsible for an estimated 5.7 million jobs in the UK – 19% of the total UK employment. Continue reading “Improving education in manufacturing and engineering”

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