Month: January 2016

Working from home is on the increase – as more and more employers appreciate the impact a good work/life balance can have on morale and productivity, so more employees are being offered flexible working.

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Internet trolls are everywhere – just as some people turn into complete sociopaths the second they get behind the wheel of car, others lose all sense of perspective the second they get online.

This strange breed get a bang out of causing arguments or, even worse, causing others personal anguish, safe in the knowledge they’ll likely never be found, such is the level on anonymity you can have online.

And while it’s easy to dismiss them as trouble-causing teenagers – the level of maturity shown by trolls certainly fits that demographic – a troll can be any age, from any walk of life and would likely never even dream of behaving in such a way in the ‘real’ world.

So if you or your business is being plagued by these online idiots, here’s how to handle internet trolls…

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Repetitive strain injuries (RSI) are among the most common workplace injuries – the TUC (Trade Union Congress) has stated half-a-million UK workers have reported symptoms that add up to a collective loss of 5.4 million working days each year.

Added to that, six workers will leave their job every day due to chronic RSI.

It’s estimated this costs UK industry anywhere between £5 billion and £10 billion every year.

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