What is the biggest driver of brand loyalty for Generation X

‘Generation X’ is a term which is predominantly used to describe those aged between 36-51. In the broadest of definitions, it’s those individuals born between the mid 1960’s and early 1980’s. Sandwiched between two of the most documented generations (Millennials and Baby Boomers), those in Generation X are primarily in their 40’s. With a ton

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Are you guilty of any of the top ten most irritating colleague habits?

Brits spend on average 1,740 hours in the office each year; that’s 76,360 hours across a lifetime! Therefore, it’s very important we get on well with our colleagues, whether it be civil or close natured; considering we spend more time with them than our friends and family. It is therefore only natural that they will

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Where to start when looking for a chartered accountant

Chartered accountants are crucial when it comes to running your business, whether it’s their expert advice, or their extensive financial knowledge, they are there to provide a strong support system for you and your organisation. Chartered accountants offer support in many ways, from when your business is just starting up, helping you manage your financial

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The top five questions your employees are afraid to ask

Dealing with the boss can be nerve wracking, so it’s unsurprising that one in four (22.5 per cent) professionals admit there are certain questions they’re afraid to ask their employer, with this figure rising to almost a third (31.3 per cent) amongst millennials. This is according to a recent study from CV-Library. The survey, which

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