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The Art of Saying No

This week our design extraordinaire, Molly, talks about why it’s sometimes OK to say no! The word ‘no’ is negative. It’s a small word which causes large waves and stops you in your tracks, so you’d be a fool to ever use it, right? You should surely accept every challenge and push yourself to climb […]

November 18, 2019


National Self Care Week – Encouraging Employee well being

With National self care week in mind our eLearning designer, Molly, discusses encouraging self care in the work place. By Molly Finnigan The way the world views work is changing. The ways we work, where we work, productivity at work… the list goes on! As a Manager or Director, I’m sure you will have every […]

November 11, 2019


Identifying and reducing stress hazards within your company

It’s National stress awareness day, Tim Frear, one of our HR partners has been thinking about mental stress hazards in the work place.  By Tim Frear It’s The National Stress Awareness Day on 6th November and as a result we’re thinking about mental stress hazards. They can often be overlooked and with this in mind […]

November 1, 2019


Maintaining a healthy work-life balance

Sophie, one of our HR Assistants, discusses the importance of work-life balance this week. By Sophie Maskill The stresses of work can present themselves at any level, whether you’re working a part time student job or a 9 to 5, there’s always going to be things that make you want to tear your hair out […]

October 2, 2019


From pointless chatter to meetings that matter!

Laura, our Marketing Co-ordinator, discusses how you can make the most of your meeting minutes this week.  By Laura Thompson A recent UK survey of a thousand office workers across the UK suggested that an average employee spends a shocking ten hours and 42 minutes per week in meetings – scary isn’t it! Even more […]

September 10, 2019


Top ten ways to improve your company culture

Laura is thinking about ways to spread the positivity this week – build your company culture!  1. Embrace transparency A transparent company culture can positively impact your entire organisation, by giving employees an insight into the operations and future of the business. Trust is the foundation of a fantastic company culture and there are many […]

August 6, 2019


The cost of employee burnouts

You don’t want to realise when it’s too late – make sure you’re keeping note of how your employees are, are they staying late every night? Are they pushing themselves too far? Like many in the world of HR, our resident experts are aware of the true cost of employee burnouts on both productivity and […]

August 6, 2019


7 Top Tips for returning to work after childcare leave

Miranda, our office co-ordinator, is talking us through her top tips on returning to work after childcare.  By Miranda Gregory Well this is it – you’ve got a beautiful new human in your life that is now your world. You’ve suffered the sleepless nights, the nappy changes and the constant feeding. You’ve worried whether you’re […]

June 24, 2019


Healthy body, healthy mind!

Kim, one of our HR Assistants, is talking us through how to balance both a healthy body and a healthy mind this week… I think they may come hand in hand! By Kim Mills A healthy lifestyle isn’t just about what it can do for your body it can also do so much for the […]

June 17, 2019


The 3 O’Clock Blues

Tim, one of our fabulous HR Partners, is discussing how to plough through those 3 O’clock blues today. By Tim Frear Do you ever get the 3 o’clock blues? No motivation in sight? Whilst I’m sat here looking at the rainy weather outside the office, I’ve come to the realisation I have been sat here […]

May 27, 2019


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