The summer of 2016 is set to be one packed with sport and excitement, but how can you stop the excitement affecting your business' output? With one in five employees admitting they would "pull a sickie" to watch an event, how can you ensure your staff remain productive during the sporting months ahead?
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Research by Love Energy Savings has found that 49% of people believe that their employer doesn't offer them enough opportunities to learn and develop in their role. We take a look at why it's an important focus for SMEs, and how to implement it in your business strategy.
With commercial property prices steadily on the increase, Love Energy Savings looks at some quick and easy ways that renters can cut back on their business costs.
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Break up with your supplier's high prices and show your account some LOVE. Here's our top tips on how to save an average of 40%* on your business energy bills
Do you feel engaged and productive in your work environment? Research by Love Energy Savings shows that 55% of us don't! We bring you five top tips on how SMEs can use interior design in their office to boost productivity and happiness, and save energy!
Research has shown that 40% of people don't believe that their employer does enough to engage them in the workplace. Love Energy Savings explores why employee engagement is important for SMEs, and what they can do to make it a top priority.
In June, the public will take to the polls to decide whether Britain should remain in the European Union or leave, but the effects of a 'Brexit' are not fully known. Love Energy Savings asked the experts to see how SMEs in the UK can prepare...
Nuclear is fast becoming one of the UK's biggest energy sources, but research by Love Energy Savings has revealed that 40% of the British public don't know enough about it. We explore six reasons why nuclear power isn't going anywhere.
Philip Brennan, Head of Businesscomparison.com, speaks to Love Energy Savings on how you can give your new business the best chance of success, with four useful tips that all new start-ups should remember.
Dubbed "the Budget that backs small businesses", there is little doubt that the Chancellor's spring announcements will have a profound effect on SMEs across the country. Take a closer look at the key changes that will be made in our round-up.
A new report has revealed that a lack of strong leaders in small and medium sized businesses across the UK could be holding back the country's economic growth. We give you four ways that your company can get on track with strong leaders.
Government statistics and reports about the country's energy industry and the environment are always being released, but what do they actually mean? To help you make sense of it all, we take a look at the top five pieces of data and give you everything you need to know.
With government legislation pushing for a greater work-life balance, more SMEs are considering offering flexible working to their employees. Whether it's flexi-time or working from home, Love Energy Savings examines the pros and cons, so you can decide whether it suits your business.
Location is one of the most important factors to consider when it comes to starting a business. But what can each location offer you? This guide takes an in-depth look at the benefits of each major city in the UK, and what to consider if you're setting up an SME.
Employees are what make a business, and they are particularly important for SMEs. Now that the excited buzz of the New Year has dimmed, you may be looking to expand your workforce and build towards a strong future. If that sounds familiar to your plans, read on for our top five tips for recruiting high quality candidates.
Having just secured a £4.5 million investment from a private equity firm, Love Energy Savings is well-versed in the challenges an SME can face when it comes to finding investors. Thankfully, there are now more options for businesses than ever before when it comes to funding. Read out guide for four alternative investment options for SMEs to consider.
The New Year has finally arrived, and with it a blank slate for your and your business. If you want to find out how you can make 2016 your best year yet, read our top tips on how you can give your team productivity a boost.
We're almost at the end of 2015 and businesses across the country will be looking ahead to the New Year and thinking about how they can beat the competition. Give your company a re-vamp from the inside out and read on for our top four marketing predictions for 2016.
The New Year is almost upon us, and many businesses will be exploring how they can save money and cut back on their energy bills in 2016. We explore the concept of being carbon neutral, and what SMEs across the country can do to achieve it.
Nearly 200 leaders recently gathered in Paris to take part in the COP21 Climate Talks. The discussions started in late November and lasted for two weeks in efforts to stop the planet's temperature rising any further. We take a look at the five biggest things we learned.