As we head into January, I won’t be the only one thinking about the ‘better self’ I’m going to be in 2017. More organised, more productive, healthier, fitter, and so on. And while many of us do indeed make progress, day-to-day life often has a habit of getting in the way.
According to research, two thirds of us break our New Year’s resolutions by the end of January.* Our intentions to get fitter or eat healthily or spend more time with family are meant well but we tend to be less good at planning and preparing to make the lifestyle change.
Payslips are one of the last formal documents you receive with any frequency that are still printed onto paper. As secure documents including bank statements, credit card statements, and even employment contracts have moved online, the humble payslip has remained steadfastly…printed.
The immediate impact of Brexit is of course well known, but as we head into negotiations to leave the EU, the medium to long term effects are more uncertain. The experts’ post-Brexit predictions on the economy, output, and
We’re fasting approaching the busiest period in the year for retailers with fierce competition and several compelling events yet to play their cards and determine the sales and profitability of our high street shops and restaurants.
We check our mobile phones and social channels eighty five times each day.* Assuming we are awake for fifteen hours per day, that equates to us engaging with our phones approximately every ten minutes.