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Dismissal Series Part 1 – What is Unfair Dismissal?

In the first part of our blog series on dismissal, Laura gives you an introduction to unfair dismissal, what it means, how you can claim it and what is a fair reason for dismissal. By Laura Hayden What is Unfair Dismissal? Unfair dismissal, put simply, is when an employer terminates an employee’s contract when they […]

September 4, 2018


How to Tackle Procrastination in the Workplace

It’s about time we got around to writing this blog… By Nuhman Sharif Procrastination, need I define it? It affects each and every one of us from time to time! So, the million-dollar question is, how do we combat this menace, this unwelcome visitor, this hindrance to our progress? Well help is at hand because […]

August 27, 2018


Claire’s Top Tips for Recruiting the Best Employees

The Gaffer shares her top tips for recruiting the best employees for your organisation. By Claire Morley-Jones Know exactly what you need This might sound simple, but many employers hire a ‘jack of all trades’ when they actually need a specialist to do the job effectively. Create a job description and be selective and focussed […]

August 23, 2018


Dealing with the Elephant in the Room

Laura shares her advice on how to tackle the dreaded elephant in the room and instead create an honest and transparent workplace. By Laura Hayden Open and transparent communication and the ability to speak up without fear of retribution are incredibly important for team morale, creativity and productivity. The Elephant in the Room The proverbial […]

August 21, 2018


Male Mental Health: How to Support your Employees

With the stigma of male mental health still prominent, Tim discusses what employers can do to support employees suffering from a mental health issue. By Tim Frear I was lucky enough to have attended a seminar on male mental health during Mental Health Awareness Week this year and found it was a real eye opener. […]

August 17, 2018


How to Build a Better Business – 10 Top Tips!

In her latest blog, Claire shares her 10 top tips on how to build a stronger and more successful business! By Claire Morley-Jones Working in a team is how successful businesses are built, fact. You might think you can manage it as a one-man-band, but it’s vital you have the right people and necessary skills […]

August 13, 2018


The Law of Attraction: The Importance of Employer Branding

We’re currently experiencing a skill shortage in a candidate-led market; with unemployment at its lowest in four decades! Great news, right? For employees, yes. For employers…well it’s an ever-changing tide. In this blog, Laura lets you in on her tips on how, as employers, you can get ahead of the game! By Laura Higson-Kirrane In […]

August 6, 2018


The Benefits of Just Listening!

In her first blog, our new HR Support Assistant Kim discusses the benefits of just stopping to listen! By Kim Mills Do you ever interrupt someone when they’re talking to you? It might not be because you disagree with what they’re saying. It could just be because a brilliant idea has just popped into your […]

August 2, 2018


Podcast: Is Fear Holding you Back?

In her latest podcast, Becky shares her thoughts on how to create a workplace culture where employees feel comfortable enough to speak up! 

July 31, 2018


How to Avoid these Onboarding Pitfalls

In this blog, Laura discusses the common mistakes to avoid when onboarding in a new organisation. By Laura Hayden An effective onboarding process is crucial for providing new hires with the tools and know-how to achieve a fruitful career within a company. Whilst many employers do their best with this stage of the employment lifecycle, […]

July 26, 2018


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