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Online Payslips – A Modern Amendment To Our Workplace Ritual!

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 ...
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Reward & recognition you can predict without a crystal ball

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 ...
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Retailers can’t predict everything but they know exactly how to make our money go further over the holiday season.

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 ...
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We check our phones 85 times each day. Start with this when improving internal communications.

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 ...
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My heart is 11 years younger than me!

This time last year I went for my first ever health screening. I was 43 and painfully aware that, although I had lost a lot of weight, started exercising a ...
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I’ve owned 9 bikes. 8 have been stolen!

I’ve owned nine bikes while living in London. Eight of them have been stolen. I’m also painfully aware that cycling can be dangerous (traffic); uncomfortable (too hot, too cold, too wet); ...
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