Straight-talking Leaders And Good Communication

Straight-talking leaders and good communication can solve trust issues You can find with most situations that good honest communication is the key to solving problems and conflicts. It may seem like an obvious point, but […] Read more »

Our Future Holds A Workforce Of Diverse Ages

Our future holds a workforce of diverse ages In the current climate people are planning to work longer. Very few employees (4%) are expecting to retire before the age of 55. As the retirement age […] Read more »

Exclusivity Clauses In Zero Hours Contracts Should Be Banned

Exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts should be banned Many people believe that zero hour contracts as a whole are a problem, however this is not the case. In certain circumstances zero hour contracts can […] Read more »

Employment Levels Increasing May Mean Subdued Pay Growth

Increased employment levels may mean a subdued period for pay growth and productivity. What does this mean for your business? How can you best utilise existing talent to increase productivity but still take on new […] Read more »

Social Media can help Employee Engagement

A Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) survey published last week (4th December 2013) has some interesting finding about the way employees and organisations are using social media. Main findings: Half of employees (50%) […] Read more »

Make things easy

I recently got a flyer in the post from a well known high street retailer, you know the type – 20% off all purchases this weekend. Interested and thinking about starting Christmas shopping a bit […] Read more »