Category: Employee Engagement

What not to wear: Dress codes

After planning to write a blog on a summer ‘dress down’ policy I have just looked out the window to see grey clouds and rainfall! I am aware that at this very moment in time a dress code policy may not be on people’s mind as jumpers and coats are still a necessary addition to […]

September 19, 2016

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Create fun working environments to stimulate creativity

Give yourself a pat on the back, 2015 is in the bank and we’re already nearing the end of January! Hopefully we’ve all emerged from our festive chocolate comas and are ready to take on 2016 and all it has to offer. That said, there may be some employees still struggling to get back into […]

September 19, 2016

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What is an induction programme?

The term ‘induction’ is generally used to describe the whole process whereby employees adjust or acclimatise to their jobs and working environment. The purpose of induction is to ensure the effective integration of staff into the organisation for the benefit of both parties. Induction should provide all the information salient to new employees, without being […]

September 19, 2016

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Building effective teams

As we know effective teamwork adds increased returns to any business.  In today’s economic climate those teams that work together effectively are proving more able to cope with the present demands businesses are facing.  So read on to find out the best way to create effective teams…. Sometimes businesses themselves can stop their teams from […]

September 19, 2016

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Who ‘owns’ employee engagement?

By  Vicki Arnstein,   24 September  2015 Staff turn to peers, not HR, to feel engaged at work, study reveals. HR is failing to have a positive impact on employee engagement levels, with 30 per cent of UK staff opting to turn to peers for support at work instead, research by business software company Oracle has […]

September 19, 2016

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