Startup Technology Will Save Us unveils its newest make it yourself kit on Kickstarter after testing prototypes with over 300 kids.
With the ONS Internet Users report released showing that penetration rate is increasing across all demographics in the UK, it is vital that businesses have the adequate staff to develop the technology to make use of this.
87% of managers who are aware of the digitalisation challenges facing their organisations view Enterprise Social Networking (ESN) as an impactful response to those challenges, according to a new report from French research firm Lecko.
Learning from leaders whose decisions changed lives and careers, who experienced a situation that took them to the brink and back; that’s the purpose of the newly-launched podcast series, “Resilient,” …
New survey by Sensée finds pets could be central to employee happiness.
Leadership experts James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner, offer unrivaled insights into solving the world’s leadership crisis in their new book.
More than 2 in 5 office employees have admitted they don’t always feel comfortable telling the truth to colleagues while at work, according to a new survey by office stationary suppliers Viking.
Admin overload is leaving business decision makers feeling overwhelmed and stressed, according to new research from the world’s largest fleet and vehicle management company, LeasePlan UK.
A practical guide launched by the Royal Society and CBI, says that to support science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in the UK, businesses need to collaborate with teachers.
People working in agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining and quarrying are among the proudest workers in the UK, according to a new study by Stormline.
Following the UN World Day of Cultural Diversity (21 May), CBRE is championing diversity and inclusion to all employees.
PRSA Employee Communications Section and theEMPLOYEEapp Survey finds most communications tools are not effectively utilized.
The new tax year, starting on 6 April, will see record numbers of self-employed workers, according to new data published by Co-operatives UK, a body that supports freelancers coming together for shared services.
A new app called XOPO has given a fresh meaning to the idea of posting “rich content” online by allowing UK adults to transfer money using social channels.