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Businesses urged to accommodate new generation joining the workforce
Freshworks has released a global report, with research from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), looking at the attitudes and motivations of Generations Y and Z towards employment, technology adoption, and brand interaction.
Female founders more focused on growth in next year
Global expenses app, ExpenseOnDemand, has commissioned a survey of business leaders to understand how firms are utilising tech, the demand for tailored solutions, and the biggest challenges they face over the next 12 months. The survey showed what female founders and business leaders are focused on for the year ahead with 1 in 3 (36%) stating that increasing profit was the focus while 23 per cent are looking to grow their businesses.
How to spot staff struggling with the cost-of-living crisis
Amid the barrage of media coverage over the cost-of-living crisis, rocketing fuel prices, and the conflict in Ukraine, it’s easy to forget that, at the centre of it all, is the health and wellbeing of millions of people.
Research reveals what the world thinks of remote working
Although remote working is no new concept, the debate around it is still very much alive on social media, with over nine million posts about working from home and with people mostly discussing the topic in relation to the finance market and start-ups. So, to find out exactly how the world feels about it, VoiceNation.com analysed data from Linkfluence.com and search engines to reveal what the actual sentiment is globally.
Why adopt a zero-tolerance approach to cyber hygiene?
Although the rapid deployment of remote working infrastructure, tools, and software may have succeeded in supporting staff working from home during the pandemic, many organisations have been hit with the harsh reality that they failed to create a ‘cyber safe’ environment.
74% business owners to up remote working to save on office energy bills
UK bosses are considering asking workers to stay at home to save on office energy bills this winter, according to a new survey of 1,000 senior leaders at UK companies.
Bristol named best location for tech jobs by CompTIA
A new report on the UK technology industry from CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry and workforce, has revealed that Bristol is the best place to be for those working in the sector.
Orchestrating sales motions to create harmony in the channel
It makes sense for go-to-market strategies to be led by customer demands. There should be a rule that when demands change, the sales motion changes too. Surely the IT channel, which exists to take products to market should absolutely be adhering to this rule, but is it? Not completely. This is according to René Klein, Executive Vice President, Westcon Europe.

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