Europe’s commercial property market strongest since financial crisis

Posted on 16th October 2017 by Darren Best

According to new research, Europe’s commercial property market is on the rise and is in better shape than at any given time since the financial crisis. The Eurozone has shown significant growth for the first time in years, creating economic stability for UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands.

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Which Sectors are Really Prioritising on Cyber Security

Posted on 24th July 2017 by Darren Best

Over the last few years, Cyber Security has been propelled to the forefront of the public eye. With cyber-attacks becoming more prevalent and severe, it’s a highly concerning issue. In fact research by Beaming found that 2.9 million UK firms suffered cyber security breaches last year (2016), at an astonishing cost of £29.1 billion.

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Top Office Design Trends

Posted on 20th July 2017 by Darren Best

This year, in the workplace, there will be a rise in adaptable workplace environments with options for different working styles and tasks, as well as incorporating options for resting and relaxation. Natural elements and different textures will be prevalent in many company premises, helping to create beautiful office design work spaces for 2017.

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Converted Church to become Two Michelin Star Duddell’s

Posted on 5th July 2017 by Darren Best

A new two star Michelin restaurant is to embark on London’s restaurant scene in the next few months. Duddell’s, a Hong Kong restaurant, reputable for its traditional Cantonese cooking is due to open in a converted church in London Bridge; a stone’s throw from the iconic Shard, elevating the area for its finer attraction.

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The gender pay gap – latest figures analysed

Posted on 22nd May 2017 by Darren Best

The Labour Party has promised plans of an increased scrutiny to tackle the gender pay gap. The issue has become increasingly prevalent, and efforts to narrow the gap have never been more present. Many argue this exists due to the jobs men and women choose, creating a “segregation in the labour market”; highlighting that women are underrepresented in these roles. Savoystewart.co.uk explored this further, through an analysis of the most recent ONS data. Continue reading “The gender pay gap – latest figures analysed”

11.7 million days lost to stress in 2016: What can Business Owners do to Help?

Posted on 25th April 2017 by Darren Best

From unrealistic deadlines to unmanageable workloads, stress in the workplace is a modern epidemic that accounts for 37 percent of all ill-health cases at work. The impact on businesses is clear, with an average of 11.7 million days a year lost due to stress, according to the latest estimates from the Labour Force Survey (LFS).

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