The cost of commuting to work each day is one that thousands of people across the UK face, but it appears to be a particularly significant problem to those working in London, with new figures suggesting a large number of individuals are feeling the pinch. New research by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) shows 50 per cent of full-time staff believe they are paying more and more to get to work. Whether people choose to drive, catch the train or use a bus, they could be left with a hefty bill each month.
Posted on: 2013-06-11, in: General VoIP
VoIP is a technology that has become a huge hit in many industries and among companies of all sizes in recent years, as more and more bosses realise the benefits of the service. But one expert believes VoIP solutions could be particularly effective when deployed by a certain type of organisation. Tom Dobson, head of sales at Telappliant, picked out small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as the most suited businesses to running the latest VoIP technology.
Posted on: 2013-06-10, in: General VoIP
VoIP has undoubtedly had a tremendous impact on the way companies around the world work, helping many to cut their costs, improve their efficiency and ultimately boost their overall performance. It is easy to see how the technology can have a major impact on large businesses, as these may typically have plenty of room for manoeuvre and subsequently provide an opportunity for gains to be made. In smaller, tightly-run organisations, some may have been wondering whether VoIP is as effective.
Posted on: 2013-06-07, in: General VoIP
Companies around the UK have been advised to consider the way they welcome women back to work after they have left to have a baby, as well as the opportunities they subsequently give them to succeed and progress. New research by Santander, reported by HR Magazine, has found some 67 per cent of working mothers think having a child has held them back in their professional environment. The age at which a woman has a baby can also be critical, with 38 per cent of those who became mothers later than 31 suggesting they wish they had had children earlier.
Posted on: 2013-06-06, in: General VoIP
Investing in VoIP is a popular and shrewd move by businesses at the moment, as the technology will help them save money on their telecommunications for years to come. With this in mind, it is not hard to work out why it is such a common option among companies right now. But that is not to say organisations should rush into the adoption of VoIP without first completing all the necessary sums.
Posted on: 2013-06-05, in: General VoIP
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