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Poll Shows PCs Destroyed by Office Workers to Obtain Upgrades

22nd June 2012 15:12

Online backup provider company Mozy has conducted a recent poll that reveals one in four European office workers think the best way to get a work phone or laptop replacement is to destroy it. The Mozy research determined that the reason for this destruction… Read more...


Poll Finds Majority of British Public Want Mandatory Corporate Carbon Reporting

22nd June 2012 15:24

New market research commissioned by the government-funded Carbon Trust has found that seven in ten UK consumers say businesses should be required by law to report carbon emissions. The phone poll of 1 000 British adults was conducted by WPP’s BrandZ… Read more...


Survey Shows UK Crawling at Snails Pace in Workplace Gender Equality

22nd June 2012 15:30

Survey results released today by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) have shown that the UK is only seeing ‘glacier’ progression towards gender equality in the workplace. Titled ‘Ambition and Gender at Work’, the ILM… Read more...


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