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Autumn incoming: bouncing back into the busy working life after the hot summer
After enjoying a long and hot summer, getting back into the swing of things can be difficult. Here’s a few tips to get you back where you need to be this autumn.
Managing the cost-of-living crisis as a self-employed professional
With everyday expenditure and monthly bills on the rise, many people are wondering how they will manage. Self-employed professionals in hospitality and health and social care have the unique advantage of being able to better manage their budget and keep on top of the cost of living crisis.
Work till you drop: our changing view on overtime
Just because you're passionate about your work, doesn't mean your wellbeing has to suffer. We've taken a look into how people are changing their view on overtime for the better.
Networking: Improve your soft skills and become a people person
At work, your industry expertise and experience may not always be the be-all and end-all. Let Brigad explain how to train your soft skills and learn to work in a team with people you don’t know.
How to stay cool at work this summer
The summer is one of the busiest periods for hospitality businesses - but we all know just how hot the kitchen can become. Here are some handy tips for staying cool at work to make the most of the period and to stay safe.
Free summer: making the most of the long summer nights
Now the evenings are longer, we've gathered 4 practical ways to help you make the most of them, before they're gone again!
How technology can offer the freedom and flexibility to grow
Freedom and flexibility are the two ingredients for small businesses to really benefit from their individuality, and grow! Slerp have written us some more tips on how technology can offer exactly those two things.
Specialising vs generalising: how freelancers shape their career
Not sure if growing to be the ultimate all-rounder of all fields, or reaching to become the renowned expert in one field, is what you want to do? Both are equally important and here's why.