Four day week makes business sense, claims Henley report

A four day working week could save UK businesses an estimated £104 billion annually, while improving productivity and their environmental performance according to new research from Henley Business School. The research claims that a shorter working week on the same pay could add to businesses’ bottom lines through increased staff …

Using Twitter for restaurants — 4 tips to reach more customers

Using Twitter as an outreach tool for restaurants is a time-saving and cost-effective way to attract new customers and build relationships with existing customers. Why? Because consumers are on Twitter, and they are there to have conversations. In fact, there are 336 million monthly active users on Twitter. And, 85 percent of …

Most people have no idea what impostor syndrome is, but they know they have it

A new survey claims that only 15 percent of UK adults know what impostor syndrome is, although more than three-quarters (77 percent) claim to have suffered from it at some point in their lives. The survey of more than 500 UK adults was carried out by media agency UM. It suggests …

Rise of grey entrepreneurs: 1 in 10 Brits would like to start their own business in retirement

Aviva’s Retirement Reality Report claims that for some people retirement is a time when they would like to travel (47 percent), take up a new hobby or continue with old ones (29 percent). However, many think retirement is also a good time to start their own business. That’s according to …