Workplace culture

Working parents the most eager to return to the office

A huge majority (81%) of working parents at small UK businesses are looking forward to returning to the workplace after time spent juggling remote work with childcare over the summer holidays.

Workplace favouritism holding back career development

Only 53% of UK employees think everyone in their company is given an opportunity to grow, according to a new report by recognition and reward scheme business OC Tanner.

Over half of UK employees have worked in a toxic workplace

Workplace cultures have come under scrutiny after a study found 70% of UK employees have worked in a toxic workplace environment at some stage of their career.

Former Brewdog employees claim staff aren’t treated like human beings

A group of ex-employees from craft beer brewing company Brewdog have started a campaign to bring to light their negative experiences working for the brand.

Top-ranked workplaces prioritise trust

Organisations with high levels of trust are both higher performers and better places to work, according to Great Place to Work

How social comparison affects behaviour at work

Social comparison plays a critical role in influencing our behaviour at work, according to new research from the University of Cologne and LBS

Parents struggling with unsupportive work cultures

?Tackling unsupportive workplace cultures is crucial to helping parents achieve a better work/life balance, according to new research