Tuesday, July 6, 2021
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By Sonal Uberoi, Spa Balance

The hospitality industry is struggling after one of the worst years ever, and bookings only picking up very slowly. Given this difficult situation, how can hotels leverage their wellness assets to rebuild their business in the new normal?

The old business model is broken, and forward-thinking hoteliers know this. They also know they need to find new ways to attract a different group of customers if they are to thrive, not just survive.

To provide help, I’ve put my experience into The Wellness Asset. This is a practical book, full of essential information for any hotel owner.

Opportunities for the Hospitality Industry
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Thursday, July 1, 2021
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By Emeka Ikechi, Director, Vanity Studios

Most social media platforms may have started as a fun way to communicate with friends and family, but there are few platforms that have not been co-opted for business. Whether you are a freelancer, own a business, or are simply looking to level up your job prospects, a social media presence is a way to gain new business and grow your network.

What you say on your social platforms is, of course, important, but the very first impression you give will be based on how your profile looks. On platforms like Instagram, images may be the only thing people will use to form an impression. Good imagery is not just an expression of who you are but an illustration of how you communicate.

Using the Right Types of Images

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Monday, June 28, 2021
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By Robert Hewitt, MB BS, PhD, Biosample Hub

The term commercially sensitive information can mean different things to different businesses. For the brokers who charge a fee to act as an intermediary between a hospital biobank where a biospecimen is collected and preserved and the client in industry, there is a reluctance to allow free and unconditional communication between the researcher and the hospital biobank because this risks the broker being sidestepped and loss of profits. So, in general, brokers conceal the source of their samples with the result that the end-user may lack biospecimen provenance information.

Biospecimen Procurement

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Friday, June 25, 2021
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By Amanda Hamilton, NALP

The decision by all four UK nations to apply brakes to the easing of their Covid restrictions has been a blow to many businesses. But it is not a reversal, and we are slowly emerging from lockdown. The possibility of returning to normal (or something very close to it) is more likely than it has been for a while, and that has many people wondering how soon will they be able to stop wearing a mask.

Official guidelines still recommend mask-wearing and social distancing, but if you take the step not to continue with mask-wearing, and you contract Covid, or worse, you are a carrier and pass it on to someone else, whose fault is it, and can they or you be held legally liable?

Masks and the Law
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Tuesday, June 15, 2021
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By Sid Madge, Meee

Fortnum & Mason has a simple goal: to make joy. Delivering extraordinary food, exceptional service, and unforgettable experiences takes passion, amazing ideas, and talented people. But, when the global pandemic hit, the organization was forced to make rapid changes.

Many of its employees had to open or close stores with very little notice, others had to take on different responsibilities to support a changing business model, and office-based employees had to adapt to working from home. Facing all this change, how could they continue to perform at their best? How could the organization’s values, culture, and sense of joy be kept alive at a time of immense uncertainty?

Sense of Joy Alive
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Thursday, June 10, 2021
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By Craig Bulow, Corporate Away Days

The detachment and remote working caused by the pandemic could make some people feel a little apprehensive about returning to the office and meeting up with our teams again. Others, however, will be keen to reconnect and build up those relationships. Whether team members fall into the latter or former category, a fun, exciting and engaging experience, out of the office in a safe and social environment, can really help to break the ice and make that first step as enjoyable as possible.

Employee wellbeing will be top of the business agenda after the global pandemic, with business leaders looking for ways to show their care and understanding of their teams’ and individuals’ wellbeing and mental health across all corners of the company. Being sensitive to employees’ feelings after lockdown and showing compassion will only strengthen trust, loyalty and confidence and help to get everyone off to a positive start on the return to a new normal.

Help Your Teams Reconnect
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Monday, June 7, 2021
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By Richard Horwell, Brand Relations

Paul Newman did it, Levi Roots did it, but could you take a home-crafted recipe, create a product and turn it into a marketable reality. Of course, you could, but there is a lot of work involved.

Food for Thought, and Profit
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Thursday, May 27, 2021
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By Amanda Hamilton, NALP

As things slowly return to some kind of normality, the question arises whether or not you, as an employer, can force your employees to continue working from home if they don’t wish to do so, or vice versa?

Work from home
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Thursday, May 6, 2021
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By Karen Dunne-Squire, Elation Experts

The average human will spend 92,210 hours at work in a lifetime. If you don’t love what you’re doing, you can get out, give in, or get back on track.

Your business determines the person that you are and the life that you live. Yet, for so many of us, the organization in which we work is our enemy, not our friend.

Every day, I work with business owners who are frustrated, resentful, and overworked – I have been that business owner myself. These executives are never the most profitable, the most effective, or the most fulfilled in their business.

If Your Business Doesn’t Make You Happy, Loathe, Leave or Learn to Love Again
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Thursday, April 22, 2021
posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:00 am

By Sid Madge, Meee

Regardless of the type of work you do or where you do it, the start of your day is important. Compare the type of day you’ve had when you’ve slept through your alarm with the type of day you’ve had when you’ve had a stress-free morning. But sleeping in isn’t the only way your day can get off to a poor start.

To ensure you kick off the day in a way that best prepares you for the tasks, meetings, and deadlines you have in front of you, you need to manage your mornings. And the best way to do that is by embracing the ‘micro-moment – tiny little manageable interventions that can make a huge difference.

Make Mornings More Productive
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Here are 5 micro-moment ideas to help you start your morning off right so you set yourself up for a fantastic day.

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