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What we can learn from Robbie leaving Take That

Whilst all good things must come to an end, nobody can ever fully prepare for a surprise departure. Whether in a band, or in a multinational company it’s inevitable that people will leave and the only thing you can control is how you deal with it as a business and what you can learn.

Article by: Jamie Mackenzie, Director - Sodexo Engage | Published: 6 August 2020

Progressive HR policy can be a boon post-COVID

The coronavirus pandemic has shaken many industries to their core and HR is no exception. There has been an acceleration of trends in the industry over the past few months that were steadily developing for years. Working conditions and business operations are set to permanently change in what has been dubbed the ‘new normal’.

Article by: Sharon Fishburne - Freelance Journalist | Published: 6 August 2020

Covid-19: How to manage a workplace testing programme

It is important to understand that testing can only help if it is effective, and that means being part of a concerted effort with a systematic plan.

Article by: Marta Kalas, co-founder - Thomson Screening | Published: 5 August 2020

Flexibility: how COVID-19 Turned a “Millennial Fantasy” into a no-brainer

In the end, for flexibility to work and be sustainable, both employees and employers must benefit. Employees will get increased choice, autonomy, better work-life balance and, in return, employers will enjoy higher utilisation rates, decreased rent, and greater space efficiency, not to mention happier and more productive employees.

Article by: Frances Gain, workplace strategist, M Moser | Published: 4 August 2020

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Time for leaders to innovate and motivate out of the pandemic

The characteristics of transformational leaders, when used appropriately, represent an effective leadership and this leadership model can be effective to increase a knowledge-based workplace based upon developing and managing intellectual capital within organizations.

Article by: Mostafa Sayyadi, Management Consultant and Business & Technology journalist | Published: 1 August 2020

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The moment Alf Ramsey lost the changing room

Even World Cup Winners, can’t live on past glories for ever. One day a group of up and coming youngsters will say “so what “. Yesterday’s revolutionary becomes today’s defender of how things use to be done. Even the most successful manager has a sell by date.

Article by: Blair McPherson - former Director, Author and Blogger | Published: 1 August 2020