England has ended with some fantastic results when playing against Tunisia and Panama in their opening games, but the opposition was sub-standard, so provided no accurate measure of the standing of Southgate's team. This only made the nation even more curious as they were playing against Belgium. However, the loss was effectively to a 'B' international to Belgium in their final group game. The curiosity of the nation wanting to know “Just how good are England?” can have detrimental consequences on UK employment.
World Cup and the workplace:
Absenteeism from employment in , , had World Cup. Whereas people with sector embraced the World Cup, as it had a positive effect on both teachers and students.
It was understood by the ACAS, that many businesses need to maintain a certain staffing level to survive. The advice given by the conciliation was “”.
The government have stepped in to prevent these detrimental business losses happening in 2018 by working with the before the World Cup had begun. The conciliation service said employers should be flexible when accommodating requests from workers. ACAS state
Why the modern employer would want to be flexible with employees?
The shows one of the top engagement condition points for employees was . To a football enthusiast, having time off for an England game during the World Cup, would help make the employee feel valued as they are given the privilege to watch the game when organisations could have the employee working.
In the modern workplace is valued by employees. Employees want to choose when, where, and how work gets done. If there is an option to telework, employees should request it as it gives them the freedom they need to do their best work.
Furthermore, if England are as victorious to when An employee will be grateful to their employer for letting them view one of the most important games played by England. staged and won the 1966 FIFA World Cup, defeating West Germany 4-2.
It is understandable that certain employment for example, cannot allow time off as it can prove difficult for them to operate otherwise. However, the report mentions another top engagement condition point as . This can be implemented by having TV screens in the workplace e.g. in a depot, where employees can view the game with their colleagues.
‘it seems as though it may be ‘coming home’ for England, but so will the workplace absence, or should we say… hangovers!’
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