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Zoomers digitalised into a poor work-life balance 

A landmark study unveiled by Trachet has highlighted through its overwhelming body of new data, the effect that returning to work post-pandemic has had on the youngest generation of the UK workforce. Deloitte states that Gen Z workers will require an increased scope...


Jaguar driving innovation with TCS

Amit Kapur, Head Of UK & Ireland – Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), talks to us about Jaguar TCS Racing, the electrification of vehicles and how sport sponsorships can enrich a business.  Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business...


Almost half of office workers willing to resign from their jobs  

According to a new study commissioned by UiPath – a leading enterprise automation software company – the majority of office workers are feeling increased pressure at work due to colleagues resigning in the past year. As a result, 43% of UK respondents say they would...


Bad employee cybersecurity habits are leaving businesses at risk 

Superscript has found that complacent attitudes among employees towards cybersecurity is putting UK businesses more at risk. In a survey of 1,500 UK employees, 40% feel that upholding cybersecurity best practice is not their responsibility.  Alarmingly, over a third (34%) claimed to be...


British business owners dip into their own pockets as cost-of-living crisis bites 

Almost three-quarters of entrepreneurs have admitted to dipping into their personal savings to save their business from going under, according to new research commissioned by the Parliament Street think tank.  Independent research company, Censuswide was commissioned to poll 500 UK-based...


Distractions and mistakes caused by Zoom and Teams impacting worker productivity and morale 

Far from solving the UK productivity and the ‘Great Resignation’ crisis – new research reveals that the overuse of collaboration tools – like Teams and Zoom – during the pandemic have led UK workers to make more mistakes; with younger age workers finding the tools...


Imposter syndrome stunting growth of UK businesses 

A landmark study commissioned by Trachet – an advisory firm helping entrepreneurs accelerate growth – has unveiled a workforce riddled in self-doubt with decision-makers in dire need of high-level counsel. This comes at a time when the UK is facing the worst cost-of-living...


Facing down the climate crisis: Turning your business green

Over the past few years, sustainability has been rising swiftly up the corporate agenda. However, thus far, real change has failed to materialise. Even though businesses in the UK are well aware of the need for more sustainable practices, 35% of UK executives and leaders still struggle to...


Businesses warned to be vigilant when paying bills or switching suppliers  

Businesses are being urged to stay vigilant when paying their bills or changing supplier, as new data from Barclays reveals that in the last three months, fraudsters stole the most money from SMEs through invoice scams.  Invoice scams are when fraudsters divert genuine invoices or payment...


Research highlights shortfalls in employee training 

In its recent whitepaper report – Are we trained for work? – research by enterprise LMS provider, Digits, revealed that many organisations may not be providing enough – or the right types of – regular training to their staff.  According to the findings,...


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