Having a healthy work life balance is absolutely essential – especially if you’re prone to working too hard. To make sure you’re not burning yourself out, we’ve outlined the benefits of work life balance, provided a range of useful work life balance tips, along with a range of other help and advice designed to boost your morale.
Are you a Contractor looking to minimise your tax bill? Here’s how taking advantage of a pension could be a great way for you to minimise the amount of tax you pay:
Find out how working on a fixed term contract can offer the flexibility and variation that permanent work can’t – with our four key benefits of contracting.
Unfortunately, you can’t choose your work colleagues. But to help you get to grips with them, here are 11 people you’d rather not have in your office.
Need a pick-me-up for your position? To help you get your head back in the game, here are five tips on how to stay motivated at work…
Rohan Kallicharan, Talent Manager at reed.co.uk, shared some of his experiences on how (and when) to talk about mental health in the workplace.
Need a break? Why not take a sabbatical? To help you understand what they’re all about (and how to bring them up with your employer), here’s everything you need to know about sabbaticals from work:
Unfortunately, procrastination happens to the best of us. We’ve already covered six things productive people do every day, but here are a few of our top tips on how to stop procrastinating at work:
To help you get back to normality as smoothly as possible, here are our top tips to help you return to work after sickness:
When it comes to work, you need to get your priorities straight. To help you rank your tasks and responsibilities effectively, here are our top tips on how to prioritise work:
So you’ve fallen out of love with your job. To help you figure out whether leaving your current position is really the answer, here are eight terrible reasons for leaving a job (and our advice on what you should do instead):
We spoke to Susanna Quirke at Inspiring Interns, who gave us some of her top tips to help you make the transition from full-time motherhood to working mum.
Want to take a bite out of Apple? ‘Slide and unlock’ is only the beginning. To make sure you’re clear of the facts, and to give you an insight into the life of an Apple employee – here’s what it’s really like to work for Apple:
Wondering how work life balance could benefit you? To encourage you to apply it to your everyday situation, here are five benefits of work life balance:
To give you an insight into what it’d be like to be a Facebook employee, here’s what’s it’s like to work there (and our top tips to help you land the job):
Finding it difficult to switch off? To make sure you’re not burning yourself out, here are six signs you’re working too hard:
Although exciting office perks might make a role seem more appealing, knowing their true importance is vital. But not all candidates (or employers) see benefits as a big deal. So, are office perks a must-have, or have they lost their pulling power?
We’ve all heard about the guy who caught a Pidgey while his wife was giving birth, and the people who think it’s OK to Pokémon Go and drive, but here are seven work-based examples that prove Pokémon Go has gone too far:
Need to get to meetings quicker? Why not take the slide? Here are five of the coolest offices in the world, and how you might be able to become a part of them (goodbye plain old desk):
Can’t seem to get things done? To help make the most of your time, here are six things productive people do every day (that you should start doing right now):
Always putting in the extra hours? You’re not alone. In fact, Britain’s workforce clocks up £43bn worth of unpaid overtime every year, according to our latest research.
Want to be part of one of the world’s biggest companies? To help give you an idea of the application process and day-to-day, here’s what it’s like to work for Google:
Is your workplace wellbeing suffering? Don’t ignore it. To help you add a little positivity back into to your day-to-day, here are six tips to improve your workplace wellbeing:
Want to choose when you work? It might actually be possible. We’ve already covered the basics of what you need to know about flexi time working, but here’s a quick rundown of how it could benefit you:
Brits are on their best behaviour for an average of just six weeks when starting a new role, according to our latest research.