• There has been a rise in workers who report mental health problems, according to new findings. A report published by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) revealed that two-fifths of firms reported a rise in people impacted by illnesses such as depression, stress or anxiety.

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  • Preventing unauthorised access to your building is essential from a security point of view. Failing to secure your business premise properly can result in theft, anti-social behaviour and accidents. It may also inadvertently allow people to gain access to company data, customer files and staff members. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your building is secure. But how exactly do you do this? Read our guide

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  • Knowing how to price your products can be a tricky business for many firms. This is mainly because you have to have to strike a careful balancing act between offering value, remaining competitive, but yet not underpricing the things that you sell.

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  • Lack of flexibility is harming productivity in the UK, according to new findings. The What’s killing UK productivity report found that working nine to five is a bad idea. The findings revealed that nearly half (48 per cent) of highly engaged employees regularly take part in personal tasks at work, such as checking social media accounts or booking a holiday.

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  • Many businesses are not savvy about staff data, new research has found. Some 500 senior HR and recruitment professionals were polled for a study by LinkedIn, which found that nearly one in three (31 per cent) admit they aren't taking full advantage of the data insights into the skills of the wider workforce.

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