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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Commercial property in London hits new record of £1.93bn

Posted on 4th April 2017 by Darren Best

Cushman & Wakefield, an American commercial real estate company founded in America, and with offices all over the world, including that of London, has unveiled some prosperous news for commercial property investors in London’s West End. A new record of £1.93bn was pumped into the commercial property market in the first quarter of the year, despite a hugely turbulent and tempestuous period following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.

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Battersea Power Station: Commercial Property Regeneration

Posted on 24th March 2017 by Darren Best

Located in South West London, Battersea Power Station has been out of action for the past 50 years. In that time, it has become one of the most iconic landmarks in London and was listed as a grade two building (a special interest building). With numerous proposals throughout the years to regenerate Battersea Power Station and the surrounding areas failing to get anywhere, more recent plans have begun to gain momentum. So let’s take a look at Battersea Power Station: Commercial Property Regeneration.

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World Book Day: Seven Books To Boost Your Knowledge On All Things Property

Posted on 28th February 2017 by Darren Best

With March 2nd being World Book Day, we decided to celebrate it by compiling a list of books that could prove valuable to those in property. From those just looking to break into property investment, to those who have been in the industry for years, these books will help broaden your knowledge and open your mind to ways in which you can increase your successes.

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