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Scooters, slides and saunas: workplace perks, or frivolous fads?

Posted on 23rd May 2017 | Blog

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It’s the end of the week, it’s been exhaustingly chockablock, and you’re probably begging for a wee break from the whirlwind of work. Conventionally, you could go for a walk, take some downtime in a quiet area of the office, or if you’re feeling old-fashioned, maybe even strike up conversation with a colleague over drinks at the sacred water cooler.

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A Royal ruckus: what the Royal Family's latest media spectacle can teach us about fake news in the workplace

Posted on 12th May 2017 | Blog

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Last week, the Royal Family single-handedly managed to break the internet. In the early hours of Thursday morning, the Palace made an announcement stating that an ‘emergency meeting’ had been called. But the cause of this sudden news was kept firmly under wraps.

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Ed Balls Day: transforming your communication with Twitter

Posted on 5th May 2017 | Blog

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On Friday the 28th of April 2017, our nation’s online community celebrated something quite curiously profound. Millions of Brits took to Twitter to recognise a man who was until recently a senior political figure, and who has since become a national treasure after taking the spotlight on Strictly. That’s right – they were celebrating Ed Balls Day.

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Mr Good vs Mr Grumpy: is hiring for personality the best way to find top employees?

Posted on 2nd May 2017 | Blog

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Mr Happy, Mr Bump, Mr Tickle. These characters are practically household names. If you didn’t grow up reading about them, you’ll most probably have heard about their wacky adventures somewhere down the line.

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Colourful comms: how colour can make your messages stick

Posted on 24th April 2017 | Blog

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If you’re reading this around lunchtime – and you also happen to be working in an office that’s predominantly red and yellow in colour – you should probably eat something sooner rather than later, or you might be consumed by raging hunger.

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