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Agency Central's Top Christmas Eggnog Recipes

Now let me set the scene. You're into the final week of your advent calendar and snow is slowly beginning to transform your home into the wintry backdrop of a glittering Christmas card. All your presents are wrapped, all your cards are written and you're about to snuggle up on the couch in your favourite festive jumper to watch It's A Wonderful Life. All seems well with the world until you realise that something's missing from ...

Published: Thu 11 December 2014

Who is your Mother Hen?

With the festive season having us already dreaming of a traditional roast turkey or plump Christmas goose, it's easy to forget about another proud and noble fowl; the mother hen. As integral to the office makeup as the tea round specialist and technical wizkid, the mother hen, be it he or she, is the filofax spine that keeps the office together. Through a combination of warmth, wit and wisdom, they're a valued member of any ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

Why Employers Should Start Believing in Fairy Tales

Once upon a time, there was a wicked old employer who thought they were far too grown up to learn something from a bunch of children's fairy tales. Then one day, the wicked employer enquired of their web browser 'how to to be the fairest employer of them all?.' The browser thusly replied 'Did you mean, how to be the fairest employer of them all?' After much browsing, the employer stumbled across an enchanted article that showed ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

Ingredients you Need to be a Good Egg

As we approach the climax of the festive season (which has been building since October), boys and girls of all ages eagerly await to find out whether they've made this year's cut for Santa's nice list. Now while you might think that your suit and tie makes you exempt from Santa's stringent naughty and nice criteria, the daily grind professionals are just as susceptible to receiving a lump of coal in their Christmas stocking ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

7 Best Christmas Social Campaigns

The fourth day of Christmas is usually reserved for four calling birds. However, the times they are a changin' and we'd like to update this gift into something a bit more modern. Twitter is a great way to follow/stalk your friends, celebrities and favourite companies. Since jumping on the bandwagon, companies have rather quickly become more than adequate when it comes to promoting their business through social media campaigns ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

The Highest Paid Jobs of 2014

A selection of 5 Gold Rings is the gift that those who strictly abide to the 12 days of Christmas usually give on the fifth day. However, Gold Rings can be really expensive and you have just found out that you need to get presents for your extended family as well!Let's be honest now, if someone needs 5 Gold Rings, then they probably have a Sonic the Hedgehog related addiction or they're Lil Wayne. So now you've been left with ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

Pros and cons of an office romance

O come all ye faithful and prepare for another season of avoiding the mistletoe and sidestepping the amorous advances of a not so silver fox. Of course, in this festive time of love and sharing, poor life choices aren't so far behind as the hopeless not romantics endeavor to prevent another Christmas home alone.watching Home Alone.Although their success will mirror more that of Santa with Muscles than It's a Wonderful Life ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

What Makes a Happy Executive?

The tenth day of Christmas require 10 Lords to start leaping, as unlikely as it may be that 10 male members of the royal family will get together and follow House of Pain's instructions (Jump Around.) However, tt is possible to make the lords of business jump for joy this Christmas.If Dilbert Comics are anything to go by, a company's executives are older men who have no idea how the company works. In reality this couldn't be ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

What Not to do at the Office Party

The ninth day of Christmas is a time when Ladies take to the dance floors in groups of 9. This time of year is usually when the office christmas party takes place, a time where professionalism and alcohol chaotically mix, but fear not young newbies! For we're here with the answers to the question burning through your mind - what shouldn't you do at the office party?1. Don't Unleash Your Inner Kevin BaconThey say you should dance ...

Published: Wed 10 December 2014

Ten Things You Never Knew About Christmas

The first day of Christmas is represented by a Partridge in a Pear Tree and whilst some assume it means a bird in a tree, there are those who say it has religious connotations. Whilst the Partridge and it's tree may forever be a mystery you can take some solace that some Christmas facts can be easily revealed.The first day of Christmas is represented by a Partridge in a Pear Tree and whilst some assume it means a bird in a tree ...

Published: Mon 08 December 2014
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