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Attracting Apprentices and Interns to your business has the potential to add huge value to any business if managed in the right way. Check out our top tips!
Company culture is the personality of your business and once defined you will know the type of people that you need to be part of it. Read our top tips to find out more!
An effective induction process is key to getting any employee off to the right start; make them feel valued, welcome and part of the team from day one. Check out our top tips!
Check out our blog on the key benefits of having an Employee Handbook!
See our top tips on how to increase employees job motivation without blowing the budget.
Check out the 5 qualities we feel every good employee should possess regardless of their job role.
Managing a team isn’t easy, you have to juggle your own workload, manage expectations, be accountable, be supportive, set a good example the list goes on… Check out our top 10 tips to become a better leader!
Your employees may have the potential to do really great things, but you can’t expect them to bloom overnight. Developing talent takes time. Read our advice on how to get started!
See our top tips on how to communicate better to your team and colleagues!
With the struggles of 2020 continuing into 2021 and the impact of Covid, it can be difficult to remain positive and work can have a big impact on how you feel.
Check out our three easy steps to create a more positive workplace, even if that is at home!
As we tentatively look ahead to ‘business as usual’, HR remains instrumental in getting businesses and its employees back on track, re-onboarded and motivated. So, why should you outsource your HR?
Your employees are your biggest investment and investment in them is an investment in your business!
It may seem like a futile endeavour to make plans for 2021, but we would argue that it is one of the most important times to devise a strategy for the coming year, whatever life will throw at us.
Given the incredibly challenging year the world has faced, employee engagement may be at an all-time low this Christmas as people are eager to finally be able to put their feet up. So, how can you keep your employees engaged this Christmas?
The Christmas season is often an opportunity for employers to reward their employees’ hard work throughout the year and show their appreciation. Given the trials and tribulations everyone has faced this year, it is arguably even more important for employers to show their appreciation. But the question is, how can this be done?
As people managers we have a duty of care for our employees’ wellbeing whilst they are working, both on site and at home. The following tips are aimed to assist you in supporting your employees and their wellbeing throughout this period of uncertainty.
By now, you’re probably familiar with the basics of setting up for a video interview: Find a quiet, clean place to have it, make sure your mic is turned on, etc.. But with more and more employers using videos interviews, and more and more job seekers knowing the...
Settlement agreements are voluntary and once signed, legally binding and essentially a method for an employer and employee to part on mutually agreed terms. Under a settlement agreement, the employee waives certain rights with regards to bringing any form of unfair...
As you work through your restructuring plans and start to come out the other side, it’s time to think about what your remaining team structure is and how they have been impacted. We often forget that they may need support over and above the norm, mental and physical...
You may have had to make some really tough decisions to make redundancies or layoffs in your business over the past few months. The stress of change and the unknown for you and your employees can start to take its toll. So it’s even more important to make sure you...
How a simple engagement plan can really help support and re-engage remote workers, As we all know, due to the pandemic, there has been an urgent shift in how employees work, moving from office based to remote home-working which, in the main, has been forced upon most...
Redundancy – Frequently Asked Questions Is there a minimum timescale to consult in small-scale redundancies? There is no statutory fixed period of consultation required where you are making fewer than 20 employees redundant. However, check your employment contracts...