Traditionally places of recreation and socialising, private members’ clubs are increasingly seeing businesspeople and other professionals conduct their conferences, meetings and general work within the premises. A more relaxed alternative to a co-working space, becoming a member at one of these swanky hangouts could be a great addition to a
The traditional hiring process is far from perfect. It is difficult to obtain everything you need to know about a potential hire just from a CV. Even the interview process can be flawed in some cases. As more people are turning to the gig economy and making their own income,
Everybody is familiar with the pressure companies are under to demonstrate how they are doing positive things for the environment or social issues. This has led to ‘corporate social responsibility’ (CSR) becoming a widely used term to define the need of a company to integrate sustainable practices into their business.
At Guild, we often touch on the implications of instant messaging applications in the workplace – from 21 reasons why we hate using WhatsApp for work, to issues with messaging apps and GDPR compliance. The specific use of messaging between healthcare professionals comes with its own practical and legal complications that
In 2019, companies are expected to give some attention to ‘going green’. This means taking the necessary precautions and making changes to reduce carbon emissions and other kinds of harm to the environment. With more and more people becoming aware of the threat posed by climate change, companies find themselves
Instant messaging apps like WhatsApp and Slack are trying to shove traditional emails aside when it comes to professional communication. Naturally, the majority of companies will be integrating both sides into their messaging systems, as email still has a lot to offer. Although email comes with great features like its