How we communicate at work is hugely important. It can make all the difference to how we are perceived and our reputation. Language in the workplace can even mean the difference between getting that promotion or not.
Yet, language is living. It changes and develops over time. This sometimes means that what was once an acceptable idiom is now no longer used. We’re going to take a look at some of these changes and how you can negotiate language in the workplace.
As we now have a roadmap towards the end of restrictions in the UK, many businesses are looking to how they can open up the workplace again. Many large organisations have publicly announced that they are not going back to the old ways of working. Instead, they are offering hybrid workplaces for their staff.
Here is what you need to know about hybrid workplaces and whether they will work for you.
Over the last few weeks, the government has lifted restrictions allowing some people to return to work. However, to abide by new social distancing rules and protect employees, businesses need to adapt to the new normal that so many of us have already been implementing in our personal lives.
But what does the future of work look like? What can businesses do to protect their employees?
A fakecation is a holiday where you spend your time fulfilling obligations instead of relaxing like you’re supposed to. Maybe you spend the whole time visiting the in-laws, or the true subject of this blog post: working.
Having a positive company culture has become the rule not the exception for all businesses, big or small. While difficult to define, you’ll know it if you’ve got it. Culture is the vision, values and belief system of your business. It is the personality and heart beat of your company. If you get this right, a positive company culture can attract and retain the best staff, motivate employees and increase productivity.