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Why 90 minute, bite-size training ticks all the boxes in the AGES model
     As learning provider I have been utterly compelled to read articles about the science behind learning, as shown in one notable example, the Learning that lasts through AGES report...
Twitter loses 12% of workforce as CEO search remains fruitless
Twitter has seen more than 450 staff leave in the past year, as the hunt for a new CEO continues, according to new Financial Times...
Could cat colleagues be the future of your office?
An animal rescue shelter is dispatching cats to small businesses in an effort to rehome the abandoned felines...
New website generates excuses for staff to work from home
A new website is offering employee’s crowdsourced excuses for not going into work...
HR must shift focus during mergers and acquisitions
If HR wishes to be seen as an essential part of the process during mergers and acquisitions (M&A), then it needs to focus on a new set of skills, according to research...
Google's toughest interview questions revealed
Google applicants must prepare themselves to answer some tricky questions when they land themselves an interview at the company...
Three tips for managing a remote workforce
A recent study discovered that UK remote workers lose two days a year to distractions...
Heathrow staff to receive 'imaginary friend training'
Heathrow Airport is set to become world’s first ‘imaginary friend friendly’ airport...
Police ordered to wear 'beard nets' or shave
New regulations for the Gloucestershire Constabulary could see hairy policemen being forced to shave off their beards or wear a net over their face...
What can HR do to promote employee wellbeing?
More than one in three office workers are too busy to take time out for health and wellbeing activities, according to research...