Category: Business Advice

Do you have a “work spouse”?

Do you have a ‘work spouse’? Or perhaps let’s rephrase that: do you have a very close friend at work? While use of the term is widening, calling someone a ‘work wife’ or ‘work husband’ perhaps still sounds controversial to some. But as this BBC article suggests, having a specially supportive, friendly and (emphasis on … Continued

Do you have a phone voice?

Do you have a ‘phone voice’? Whether you purposely change your accent, or it happens subconsciously, plenty of us admit that we alter the way we speak when we answer or make a call. In fact, almost half of British people (44%) say they feel self-conscious about the way they sound at work, with 27% … Continued

Are you using too many office buzzwords?

Ever find your eyes rolling as a coworker interrupts your morning brew to say “let’s touch base”, usually on a subject that only requires an email? Or maybe you have to bite your tongue whenever you’re told to “think outside the box” in a brief or meeting? You’re not alone. We surveyed the nation to … Continued

What is “Full Fibre” and what does it mean for me?

This week the Government announced that Aberdeenshire, West Sussex, Coventry and Warwickshire, Bristol, West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester are to be the first areas that will receive “Full Fibre” services, but how does this differ from the fibre services already provided to much of the UK? This blog will take you through the different types … Continued

Introducing Roam Like Home; What is it and how does it help?

  You may well have heard about the EU’s Roam Like Home Bill which came into action on 15th June 2017, but do you know all the finer details about what you can and can’t do while abroad without having to worry whether you’ll be charged extra? If not, this blog will guide you through … Continued

Taking the stress out of recruiting the perfect candidate

Finding the perfect candidate can often be a time-consuming process. Not only do you have to find a candidate that has skills that suit the role, but someone that will also fit the culture of the Company. As with anything, recruiting the “perfect candidate” can be stressful. We spoke to our Talent Acquisition Director, James … Continued