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The R generation

The R generation The R word – recession, it invokes an array of negative thoughts for many, however a recent ... View Article

Article by: | Published: 26 October 2010

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Implications of lying on a CV

As the demand for quality employees increases and with a growing number of people seeking work it is vital that employers are able to identify CV’s that have been embellished.

Article by: | Published: 10 March 2010

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Employee Engagement – It’s not rocket science

With the MacLeod Review putting employee engagement on organisations' agendas and with a deadline of the end of March 2010 for the ‘Engaging for Success' recommendations to be implemented, organisations need to be taking employee engagement seriously.

Article by: | Published: 4 March 2010

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The world’s biggest coffee morning

Simple, inclusive and enjoyable, holding a coffee morning in the workplace on the 25 September is an excellent opportunity to get staff together and engage them in a common cause.

Article by: | Published: 26 August 2009

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“You’ve been here how long?”

Retention is often an issue in catering and hospitality, but key staff at the Novotel London West have clocked up more than 500 years between them.

Article by: | Published: 7 August 2009

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Ross and Brand – not living the brand

A case of individual or corporate responsibility? Whatever you think of Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross, when they made that phone call to Andrew Sachs, it did indeed seem like they omitted to stop and consider how some people may well view what they were doing and, crucially, so did their bosses.

Article by: | Published: 29 June 2009

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Compromise early to avoid redundancy headaches

As some employers have learned the hard way, botched redundancies can wipe out any payroll savings they had hoped to make, through the cost of going to tribunal and eventual payouts to wronged workers. Therefore, when financial certainty is the watchword of the day, it is perhaps understandable that many businesses are turning to “compromise agreements” as a means of settling disputes early, for example, over pay or redundancy terms.

Article by: | Published: 6 January 2009

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Strengths – The Heartbeat of Employee Engagement

Rarely has a topic received such overwhelming interest from HR practitioners and line managers as employee engagement. Organisations are queuing up to purchase ‘snake oil’ solutions to try to eek out additional discretionary effort and performance from employees.

Article by: | Published: 29 July 2008

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Time to engage…

Everyone likes to be recognised and thanked for a job well done or to be acknowledged for continued loyal service to an organisation. It makes people feel good about themselves, happy in the workplace and more motivated to continue working hard and improving.

Article by: | Published: 23 July 2008