How a ‘lazy’ siesta could transform the UK’s working day | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

[ad_1] I will confess that my sleepy heart sang when I read the news that the National Trust would be introducing siestas for its staff. My people, I thought. A French friend of mine notes that Britain is one of the only countries where it is acceptable to withdraw socially for “a lie down” simply … Read more

How can companies cut the UK’s class pay gap? | Guardian sustainable business

[ad_1] It’s no surprise that social class can affect your life chances, but recently the education secretary highlighted the problem with a stark statistic. Children who show signs of low academic ability at the age of five, but who come from high-income families, are 35% more likely to become high earners than those who show … Read more