A letter from outgoing Cabinet secretary Mark Sedwill indicates that the PM had asked to be personally involved in a back-to-work drive.
I've been talking a lot recently, along with everyone else, about the rise of the digital nomad. The ability to earn a living doing what you love while travelling, is such an alluring prospect that it's hardly surprising that so many people are now taking advantage of the opportunities that the combination of modern technologies and freelance working bring.
When you think of 'remote working' what comes to mind? People on laptops working in cafes, perhaps? It might surprise you to learn that Brits actually prefer to work from home, in a personal office space or communal environment than from a café.
Make sure you get out of the house every day. Whether it's meeting a friend for lunch, a walk around the block or working from a local coffee shop, make sure you get social interaction to avoid feeling isolated.
While it hasn't always been easy, I have learnt an enormous amount during the last two years and I hope the following tips will help inspire other mothers who may be considering a return to work in 2017.
This week sees the launch of the Digital Mums #WorkThatWorks Report in conjunction with the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr). And what is abundantly clear is that the lack of flexible working for mothers in the UK remains utterly scandalous.
With a great line-up of sporting events planned for this summer, businesses need to wise up as some of the staff will be
A new generation of workers - digital nomads - are harnessing the power of mobile and instagramming their way to a new kind of productivity; free from employers, property, belongings and stress. And in their kiteboarding wake, our collective attitudes to work and life are shifting.
One of the gripes bosses have against working away from the office is that communication on a remote connection can never
I find that humour is a much underestimated skill, in life generally and most definitely in business.