Articles from Opus Energy

How office dogs benefit you and your business #BringYourDogToWorkDay

Man’s best friend: why allowing pets in to the office will benefit you and your business

Battle workplace stress: 4 top tips for employers

British employees spend on average 50% of their waking hours working.

The secret to the #productivity puzzle? Work less hours!

According to the Office for National Statistics, British productivity has improved by just 0.5 per cent per year since 2008, and lags 15 per cent behind other G7 countries.

The Green Revolution: How Colleges and Training Providers Can Become More Sustainable Businesses

2018 was a record-breaking year for the UK. We saw the greenest year on record for UK energy generation, with the UK’s renewable energy capacity exceeding that of fossil fuels, and new records set for wind and solar during the summer heatwave.

How Entrepreneurs can keep a grip on their work-life balance

Running a business is no small feat. Often, one person is responsible for the business’ strategy and success – which can be a lot of pressure to bear.

Bank holidays: Good or bad for business?

Spring is a wonderful time of year. Winter is over, the sun starts to come out, and we have a glorious run of bank holidays which help to give everyone a much-needed break.

Small business owners work 17 days’ overtime per year

Small business owners in the UK work an average of 2,366 hours per year in order to make their business a success, compared to 1,950 for an average UK employee, according to new research* by Opus Energy.

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