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Keeping Productivity High When the Leaves are Falling

Guest blog by Neil Pickering, Marketing and Industry Insight Manager at Kronos

| | HR News
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Banishing Post-holiday Blues from the Workplace and Keeping Staff Switched On

Though the UK may have experienced a belated and unexpected heatwave, the summer holidays have come to an unwelcome end. Children are back at school, you can’t get a seat on the train and people have returned to work, slightly sunburnt and downcast with a case of holiday blues.

| | Real Business
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Increasing Employee Engagement in Manufacturing

Taking steps to boost employee engagement not only helps in retaining valued employees, but it also increases an organisation’s level of performance.

| | Manufacturing Global
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Upping Disengaged Workers' Pay Doesn't Boost Commitment

| | HR Magazine
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Workers Want a Work-life Balance More Than a Pay Rise

| | Fresh Business Thinking
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Work/Life Balance Tops Higher Wages When Creating Engaged SMB Employees

Kronos Incorporated today announced that increasing salaries of disengaged employees will not boost commitment or keep employees in the business according to new research from The Workforce Institute at Kronos and Coleman Parkes Research. This new survey revealed that 45 percent of employees believe that UK SMBs need to focus on providing a healthy work/life balance if they want to boost employee engagement to successfully compete with their large enterprise counterparts.

| | Bracknell, UK
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Does Flexible Working Really Spell The End of The Office

| | Information Age
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Is Your Business Ready for The Euros?

| | Growth Business
Press release

Employees Predict Summer of Sport Will Send Absences Soaring

More than a third (35 percent) of UK employees feel that this month's European Championships will cause a surge in unauthorised absence. According to recent research1 from Kronos Incorporated, the Euros will have the biggest impact on absence and associated productivity issues for workers in the UK in 2016. The football tournament will kick off a series of sporting events that could negatively impact business productivity, with Wimbledon (18 percent) and the Rio Olympic Games (11 percent), topping the list of key upcoming sporting events that could spark fake sick days.

| | Bracknell, UK
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How To Prevent Employees Calling in Sick During Euro 2016

| | Business Review Europe