CIPD offers new guidance on non-traditional work roles

Following the recent government consultation on improving the rights of variable hours workers, the CIPD has published new employer guidance to help ensure that ‘atypical working arrangements’ benefit both the organisation and individuals. The guidance, Atypical Working: A guide to successfully implementing atypical work in your organisation, defines atypical working as …

 Stressed UK bosses admit they put wellbeing behind demands of the job

Almost half of UK bosses admit they’ve felt forced to compromise their own health and wellbeing as a result of pressure at work, new research from Vistage has claimed. According to the study, 40 percent of business leaders say the demands of work have caused stress in their personal lives, while nearly …

Shortlist for Business Book Awards features more on workplace and wellbeing than ever before

This year’s shortlist for the Business Booko Awards features more books than ever on wellbeing and happiness in the workplace as well as career self-development,  company culture and business ethics. A record number of women authors have also made the shortlist. On 16th January authors, past winners, publishers and journalists gathered …

Exploring the Beauty and Power of Volumetric Backgrounds in Web Design

Being ingenious products of designer creativity and remarkable development skills, digitally created animations have run the show several years in the row. Do you remember all of those scenes that can be explored in several dimensions? Well, it seems that the mainstream is not going to slow down nor fade …

State Senator Calls for Fairness to Alabama Franchisees

State Senator Calls for Fairness to Alabama Franchisees When he was a franchise owner, Alabama state senator Chris Elliott (R) experienced first-hand the lop-sided relationship that is all too common between franchisors and franchisees. Now a senator, he wants to do something about it. He writes: Unfortunately, it turned out …