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How self service learning can help fill a need

By Isobel hallam Self-service is everywhere, from our banking through to will writing. We are increasingly looking at how we can be more self sufficient in what we do both in our personal lives and at work.  However, when it comes to learning and our professional development, we still have a very traditional approach to […]

May 13, 2019


Motivate the non-motivated

You could have the most amazing highly skilled team on this planet but if they are not motivated you will get nothing from them. Keeping the whole team motivated isn’t easy and once one person is demotivated it can easily spread and before you know it, you have a whole team that is unhappy, negative […]

April 29, 2019


To do or not to do; Walking the risk tightrope…

Becky Mee, one of our talented HR Partners, discusses how to walk that risk tight rope this week… By Becky Mee Those of you who know me, know I’ve taken up kickboxing as I seem to talk about it a lot! In a recent session, whilst sparing with a partner and getting bopped around the […]

April 22, 2019


HR does…. Er, what does HR do, again?

Laura Hayden, one of our talented HR Partners, seems to be always asked the question ‘So, what does HR do again!?’ She puts us out of our misery below… By Laura Hayden People’s perception of what HR does is very different from what we do. Or is it? A recent survey* on what employees believe […]

April 1, 2019


Supporting and embedding eLearning into your business

Isobel, spends a lot of her time creating and writing our eLearning, she’s discussing how eLearning can support your business this week. Our suite of eLearning management training courses can be found at By Isobel Hallam Employers are increasingly looking at online training courses to meet their employees learning needs. Some people, and some […]

March 25, 2019


Preparing your team for a change

Kim Mills, one of our fabulous HR Assistants, talks us through the process of change and how it can affect your team. By Kim Mills To run a successful business you need to move with the times and adapt to the current climate otherwise your business can get left behind. Slicker processes, new systems, a […]

March 4, 2019


How to build trust in remote teams

It’s becoming much more likely for teams to be spread out over the country, or even the world! Nuhman, one of our brainy HR Assistants, talks us through how you can build trust in remote teams. By Nuhman Sharif It goes without saying that trust is absolutely essential for any remote working scenario: as an […]

February 25, 2019


There is nothing wrong with being single

The pressure of finding someone at this time of year can be very high, Tim, one of our HR Partners tells us ‘It’s okay to be single!’, let’s find out his thoughts… By Tim Frear It’s that time of the year again when it’s easy to become increasingly aware that you are single; all those […]

February 4, 2019


What’s the point of workforce planning?

In recent years, workforce planning has become increasingly important for organisations to survive and thrive. There is a need to consistently stay ahead of the game by making sure the right staff are hired at the right time, with the right skill sets and at salaries which your organisation can afford. In this blog, Nuhman […]

January 13, 2019


Dismissal Series: Part 2 – What is Wrongful Dismissal?

In part 2 of our Dismissal Series, Laura explains what is meant by a wrongful dismissal. By Laura Hayden My first blog in this series talked about unfair dismissal and the five fair reasons for terminating an employee’s contract. It’s a statutory right not to be unfairly dismissed. But what if the reason is fair […]

October 29, 2018


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