Employers struggling to adapt employee experience to meet workforce needs

Despite their best intentions, most employers are facing difficulties responding to changing employee expectations around employee experience and wellbeing during the pandemic. 69 percent of HR leaders admit that their efforts to improve employee experience are being held back by a lack of a clear strategy, and 76 percent report …

Learn How to Determine Website Project Requirements Like a Pro

Perhaps it sounds ironic, but one of the hardest parts of a web designer’s job occurs before the project actually begins. Figuring out website project requirements can stump even experienced designers. Why is that? Quite often, it comes down to communication. Clients can understandably struggle with articulating their needs. Terminology …

10 small business funding options — from angel investment to traditional loans

Often, all it takes is a little money to get the ball rolling for a young (or new) company. But what options are out there to acquire the necessary small business funding that a startup needs to put things in motion and actually begin growing? Fully understanding the choices available …

‘WFH paranoia’: Half of UK workers send emails late at night or early morning

One-in-five (20 percent) UK workers now have their work instant messaging app on their personal mobile phone, as WFH paranoia sets in, according to new research by Furniture At Work. The research, which asked 1,015 UK workers about their routine and habits when working from home, sought to uncover how …

Small business secrets to competing with big box stores

Every small business owner has a similar problem: How do you compete with big box stores in your area? Even though your products or services are unique, special and one-of-a-kind, it’s difficult to separate yourself from the competition of giant department stores or larger companies. Chains or corporate businesses offer things …