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Do learning styles really matter?

Does adapting your training approach for different learning styles actually make things better? Not according to 30 educational experts who wrote a letter to the UK’s Guardian newspaper last week. David Sharp considers the facts.  ... Continue reading

UK workers’ rights post-Brexit: tidal wave or damp squib?

Amongst the many anxieties caused by the EU referendum vote last year, the prospect of erosion of workers’ rights has loomed large. Despite official support for the Remain campaign from Government, historically at least, Conservative politic... Continue reading

Education, not legislation, will help us disconnect from technology

As the New Year dawned, French workers were given the ‘right to disconnect’ from work outside regular business hours, provided they were employed by a company with more than 50 staff. According to the French socialist, MP Benoit Hamon... Continue reading

2017 workplace trends: how the work environment is changing

Technology and interactivity are increasingly shaping how people work as well as where, according to research carried out by ‘Quality of life services’ provider Sodexo into the business trends emerging in 2017. “As work becomes m... Continue reading

The Modern Slavery Act statements: 10 months in

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 is a groundbreaking piece of legislation requiring the UK's highest-turnover businesses to combat slavery and human trafficking on a global scale. The legislation was the brainchild of Theresa May in her previous post o... Continue reading

FM Legal Update: an institution for facilities managers

April 2017 sees the latest in our series of Facilities Management Legal Update events, covering everything that FM professionals need to know about the very latest changes in health and safety, environmental management and HR practice. David Sha... Continue reading

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