Almost half Brits considering career change

    Almost half of Brits are considering a career change - with medical professions, landscape gardening and teaching topping the list of preferred industries.A survey of 2,000 adults revealed this year’s events had left two-thirds thinking life is too short to be working in a job they hate. This could mean a shift in…

British workers burning out through lack of holiday

The average British worker has not taken any leave from work for more than TWO months - and has shelved NINE days off they had planned to take because of the lockdown. Of the 2,000 workers polled, more than half said they had 'completely written off’ 2020 when it comes to taking holidays from work.…

Natural light tops list of ‘dream office’ requirements

Brits dream of an office with free soft drinks, glorious views from the windows - and their very own dog, of course. A study of 2,000 office workers showed the ‘perfect’ office also has eight colleagues working in open-plan harmony, four plants, a fully-stocked kitchen and sleeping pods. Lots of natural light, sofas, large corner…

4 in 10 bosses reject candidates because of tattoos

  Over 40 per cent of British bosses admit to NOT employing someone just because of their visible tattoos, according to a new survey.   A study of 1,000 bosses found that despite UK employment laws banning employers from discriminating against anyone because of their sex, religion or other personal characteristics, many are doing so anyway.…

Are you a workaholic? We reveal Top 20 signs

  Britain is a nation of workaholics. A study of 2,000 office workers found that four in 10 adults admitted they cannot leave work alone and one in six frequently spends more than 11 hours a week working when they are away from the office, checking emails and making calls. And while almost half say…