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Cultural awareness on the move

The world is becoming more and more globalised. But that doesn’t mean that everywhere – or everyone – is exactly the same. Successful business travellers adapt to the culture in which they find themselves. So how can we follow their example? …


Five things successful people do when travelling

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We’ve lost count of the number of books and articles we’ve read about the ways in which successful people live their lives. But what special habits do business leaders have ‘on the road’? And how can we learn from them? …


What’s the one thing no business traveller can be without?

Today’s business travellers expect to slip seamlessly between cities, countries and even continents. But what are the absolute essentials without which business on the move would completely collapse? We’ve been searching for the most important items for the business traveller, …


What would keep 79% of your talent from leaving this year?

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Three out of four respondents to a Regus survey believe flexible working increases employee retention. And 59% said they’d turn down a job that ruled out flexible working completely. Right now is the busiest time of year for recruiters – …


The leaner, greener future of work

In the long aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, each industry has had to adapt in its own unique way – and the same is true for each individual company. But a Regus survey has revealed some common trends, one …


The last commute?

Why would anyone commute to work? Almost throughout the twentieth century, that question would have seemed absurd. We commuted to work because work happened in factories and offices, and it was the daily duty of every employee to transport themselves …


The 6 signs your office is in holiday mode

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There’s something unique about an office in the festive season – and that’s not always a good thing. 1. Customers start ignoring your calls   2. Lunch breaks become 3-hour shopping expeditions from which people return as burned-out husks   …


The common pitfalls with performance-related pay

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Linking pay and reward to performance is nothing new, but do it with care. I never took kindly to the idea of respecting my elders. As it happens, I have immense respect for a number of people from an earlier …


Keeping productivity high in December

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It’s tempting to write off the “winding down time” before a major holiday as a period when useful work will suffer – but there’s no need. Identifying important and urgent work, and the difference between the two, is the key… …


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