Power naps at work: Do they boost productivity?

Power naps at work: Do they boost productivity?

In China, naps at work are a statutory right, and in Japan, inemuri (“sleeping while present”) indicates that you’ve been working hard. Additionally, daily siestas are embraced in Spanish society, and Wakefit, a sleep-based company in India, recently announced a...
How can older workers benefit your business?

How can older workers benefit your business?

On average, older workers report greater job satisfaction and are less likely to change jobs, yet they are still regularly overlooked and stereotyped by employers. With half of older women fearing they will have to keep working beyond the state pension age amidst the...
What are the rules around tattoos in the workplace?

What are the rules around tattoos in the workplace?

In the modern world, tattoos have become increasingly prevalent in society, meaning the number of employees with tattoos have also naturally risen. However, there are some factors to keep in mind when it comes to displaying tattoos at work that employers should be...
Four-day work week: Would employees take a pay cut?

Four-day work week: Would employees take a pay cut?

As the four-day work week becomes a prevalent topic of discussion for employers, the question has arisen of whether staff would be willing to take a pay cut to facilitate it. According to recent research by Owl Labs, 65 per cent of UK employees say they would rather...
How to handle accidents at work

How to handle accidents at work

Health and safety should be a top priority for every employer, but despite of this, accidents can and do happen regularly in the workplace. So, how should these accidents be handled, and how can they be prevented entirely? Reporting the accident In the UK, Reporting...