Tag: HR Consultancy

What motivates us in the workplace? HRAs’ view!

The HR Outsourcing and Consulting experts at HR180 Ltd based in the Yorkshire business hub that is the City of Leeds regularly provide updates on business and employment issues. Today, HR180’s Smita Mistry and Emily Simpkin reflect on what motivates us in the workplace. We’d love to hear what motivates you and the people in your workplace. […]

September 19, 2016

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Company Culture: law of attraction at work

Claire Morley-Jones is the award-winning founder and MD of HR180 Ltd. Based in Leeds, Yorkshire, the company specialises in Outsourced HR and HR Consultancy working with businesses of all sizes throughout the area, region and UK. As I was reading the book “I like me” to my children last night I started thinking about the words […]

September 19, 2016

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Transition from University to work: why I chose HR

As the newest member of the HR180 Ltd team (Outsourced HR and HR Consulting experts based in Leeds) we asked Samantha Mitchell who recently graduated from Leeds Beckett University with a First Class Honours Degree in History, to tell us about why she made her career choice and about her journey to the HR180 team. My Journey – […]

September 19, 2016

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HR180 Super Series: low down on Zero Hours contracts

There’s been loads of discussion in the media about No Guaranteed Hours Contracts (NGHC) a.k.a the more well known Zero Hours Contracts. And if you want to know about an employment subject, ask the Leeds based HR Outsourcing and Consulting experts at HR180 Ltd! So as the first in our Super Series of Vlogs, here’s […]

September 19, 2016

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Gold standard HR Consultancy

HR Consultant Sue Westhead of Yorkshire based HR Outsourcing and Consultancy business HR180 Ltd, is using skills gained working with Laing O’Rourke, a delivery partner to the Olympic Development Authority (ODA), to guide HR180’s business clients, existing and new, through strategy development and change management.   As we sit down to watch Rio 2016 Games […]

September 19, 2016

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Brexit Bites: Harrassment & business policies – are your’s in shape?

Britain’s new home secretary, Amber Rudd, yesterday announced plans to launch a multi-million pound campaign to tackle rising hate crimes in the wake of Brexit.  According to the latest statistics from the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC), the UK has seen a 20 percent increase in hate crime between mid-June and mid-July this year compared […]

September 19, 2016

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Key signs in spotting a potential leader.

HR Consultant Sue Westhead considers how we can support CEOs in identifying and developing future leaders in their businesses. Whilst looking to further enhance our clients’ leadership programmes, I pondered how current business leaders can develop the talent in their businesses, particularly those people who could be the leaders of the future. The development aspect […]

September 19, 2016

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Drugs cheats: not just in top-level sport

With major news stories about Russian drug cover-ups coming to a head just a precious couple of weeks before the Rio Olympic Games it would be easy to point the finger at one country and a limited number of sports.  However, Horizon’s ‘Winning at Any Cost?’ last evening was a revelation. With statistics such as […]

September 19, 2016

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BHS: giving business a bad name?

Last evening, in his first interview, Dominic Chappell told BBC’s Newsnight that he apologised “sincerely and utterly” to the 11,000 staff of to the failed High Street retailer BHS. HR180’s MD and founder, Claire Morley-Jones, shares her feelings… And so, here we are again… business is now, once again, a ‘dirty’ word after the latest […]

September 19, 2016

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