Only 19 percent of UK students were able to switch to remote learning without friction, according to new research.
British office workers have been feeling isolated while working remotely and miss chatting to their colleagues, according to new research.
‘Circle back’, ‘reach out’ and ‘disambiguate’ are among the most annoying overused phrases in business, with a number of pandemic-related buzzwords already making the list, according to new data.
Over half of UK firms (53%)businesses have seen increased or unchanged productivity following lockdown-implemented remote working, according to new research.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to cuts to all forms of marketing activity in the UK, dropping 6.1% overall, but marketers are being urged to think twice before pulling spend, according to the latest IPA Bellwether report.
Flexa, a UK-based job platform dedicated exclusively to flexible working, has launched this week.
Only 14% of UK office workers been mandated to work from home full-time by their employers during the coronavirus outbreak, despite over half (52%) having expressed a preference for doing so, according to new research.
80% of employees hoped that tech-enabled remote working capabilities would give them better work-life balance. However the reality is far different, with almost half (42%) claiming that new smart working practices are negatively impacting their work-life balance, according to new research.
On average, business and IT decision makers from UK organisations waste 27% of their time at work on tasks that do not add critical value, according to new research.
A report last year found that less than 5% of women hold CEO positions at companies around the world. The number of women in leadership roles is still vastly behind men who hold these job titles, but how does the tech industry perform for women in CEO roles?
UK adspend rose 5.6% year-on-year to reach £5.97bn in Q3 2019, 0.8 percentage points ahead of forecast, according to new research Warc and the Ad Association.
From multiverse exploration to anti-Instagram dining, a new report looks ahead to the defining trends in consumer behaviour and innovation for 2020.
Waiters, stock assistants and executive sales are the jobs most at risk from automation, while Dentists, doctors, teachers are safest, according to new research.
2019 has seen considerable change across the education sector, from changing Ofsted frameworks to growing teacher shortages and an increasing pace of technological change.
As 2019 draws to a close, we look at some of the biggest marketing blunders of the year. From the US military threatening to bomb alien hunters to lethal conker recipes, there were plenty of mistakes from companies that should know better. Read on, learn from the mistakes and hope your team doesn’t make the list in 2020…
An unhappy user will leave a website within 10 – 20 seconds if left dissatisfied – one of the key factors that determines whether a user stays on a website is if they believe it’s trustworthy.
The technology sector is currently expanding 2.5 times faster than any other in the UK, but while it can attract a more diverse talent pool, many from minority groups feel stress and discrimination, according to a new report.
Over half of web developers have written their first line of code by the time they were sixteen, and Python is now the most popular programming language, according to a new global survey.
The UK’s tech professionals are now more likely to blow the whistle on an employer’s misbehaviour in the wake of scandals in the sector, according to exclusive new research.
Major FMCG brands Weetabix and HiPP Organic have signed up to ecommerce analytics provider e.fundamentals to help drive sales of their products through retailers’ websites.