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4 Day Week Global responds to Labour bill which calls for a 32-hour work week

While the introduction of a 32-hour work week is a worthy aspiration, it is critical to address this in parallel with an equal conversation about maintaining, if not improving, British productivity.  This is according to 4 Day Week Global, which has responded to a bill tabled in the UK...


Nine in 10 employees in MEA are frustrated by their workplace technology 

Freshworks, a leading software company empowering businesses to delight their customers and employees, has unveiled survey findings that reveal a startling divide between employee expectations and the reality of the workplace technology experience. In the wake of the pandemic, regional businesses...


The IT talent gap is fuelling tech investment decisions

New data from Salesforce’s MuleSoft reveals that all IT leaders in Australia say the ‘Great Resignation has created skills gaps in their department. IT talent acquisition challenges are now heavily influencing technology investment decisions, according to new research released from...


Is your employee communication strategy keeping up with global trends? 

Effective communication drives a productive and loyal workforce and lies at the heart of any business; creating trust amongst employees. Caroline van der Merwe, COO of SmartWage – an innovative HR and communications technology company – tells us more about how communication is key...


Experts discuss the four-day workweek

Workers are calling for more from their employers to help them shift from surviving to thriving, prioritising flexibility along with factors such as trust, purpose and well-being, according to new research from  ManpowerGroup  and  Thrive.  The research, part of...


UK business leaders lack trust in their employees when it comes to hybrid work 

New research from Citrix has revealed low levels of trust among UK business leaders when it comes to their employees working remotely and from home.   The  Citrix Work Rebalanced report is based on a global survey of 900 business leaders and 1,800 knowledge...


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...


North American workers report highest engagement levels in the world 

Gallup’s latest  State of the Global Workplace Report finds that, despite more than two years of the pandemic, US and Canadian workers seemed to rebound in 2021. Employees reported higher life evaluations than the previous year and declines across several negative emotions. In...


Experts discuss the risks of remote working  

Over the last two years, SMEs have seen a significant shift as many moved to remote working. However, with that comes increased cyber-risks. We spoke to three experts about how remote working has impacted SMEs and how they can combat these cyberthreats.   Surya Varanasi, CTO,...


Canadian employers still have work to do when creating psychologically safe workplaces 

A new survey from ADP Canada, conducted with Maru Public Opinion, reveals most Canadian workers feel comfortable at their workplaces; however, Canadians who indicate they are Black, Indigenous peoples or people of colour are more likely to report facing workplace challenges that may affect...


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