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Single Sign-On: What It Is and How It Works

The top 50 signs of success at work revealed

Flying first class on business trips, never having to contribute to the tea round, and having your name on the office door are among the signs of success in the workplace, it has emerged. A poll of 2,000 office workers found one in four also believe being asked about important ...

Britain’s most bizarre health and safety rulings revealed

Not being allowed to give a colleague a paracetamol, filling out a form to use plasters and a ban on birthday cake candles are among Britain's most bizarre health and safety rules. Researchers who polled 2,000 workers also found one in five aren’t allowed to change light bulbs in their ...

Boris Johnson’s past criticism of Trump projected onto Big Ben

This could be quite awkward for Boris Johnson, the Led By Donkeys anti-Brexit group has projected a previous and less-than-flattering message about Donald Trump onto Big Ben. Trump seems to have forgotten (or simply missed) these comments as now they have a close relationship. The US President said of Johnson, regarding his visit ...

Mystery posters are trolling politicians with their own words

Mystery posters are trolling politicians with their own words

Mysterious billboards have been spotted trolling politicians with rash promises that they must wish people would forget. First up was this tweet that David Cameron must wish had been deleted - his promise from the 2015 election campaign: https://twitter.com/ByDonkeys/status/1082938368491700224 “Britain faces a simple and inescapable choice - stability and strong ...

Forget To Insure Your Key People At Your Peril

Workers name the top 50 things they miss about the past

One-hour lunch breaks, working nine to five and a simple tea round are among the things office workers miss about the past, according to a study. The research of 2,000 office workers aged 40 and over revealed the extent to which things have changed over the years, with six in ...

Legislation on increasing flexible working ‘has failed’

Workers reveal the top 40 reasons for quitting a job

Boring canteen food, long hours and incompetent bosses are among the most common reasons why Brits quit their jobs, it has emerged. Researchers who polled 2,000 workers found employees start thinking about leaving a job an average of three years and six months after starting. The list of reasons for ...

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