Making Work, Work Better – By Darren McLeod from Agent Marketing

So much to do and so little time. We’ve all said it. We’ve all gazed at the blurred scribbles of a never ending to-do list, wondering where to start and where it will ever finish. We all work to deadlines and sometimes it’s a struggle to find the time to get them done. Increasingly, we… Continue reading

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10 secret, simple tips to improve employee engagement – By Elisabeth Chandler

10 secret, simple tips to improve employee

It goes without saying that by creating an engaged workforce leads directly to higher profitability, increased customer satisfaction and reduced turnover, however, the approach some businesses have been taking recently to improve engagement have not always generated the results they may have hoping for. A number of companies spend thousands of pounds every year on… Continue reading

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Apprentices are not just for Christmas – By Ruth McCann

Apprenticeships enable you to manage talent in your business and effectively bring new and refreshed skills into your business pipeline, as well as a way to invest into your company’s future. To have an apprentice in your workplace there are some key questions to consider: What is apprentice? An apprentice is someone who receives on… Continue reading

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Its just Banter – By Eluned Ward

How many times have you heard the expression ‘its just banter’?  The expression makes whatever has happened seem a bit of harmless fun but because humour is subjective organisations what one person sees as a bit of fun and everyone is getting on, another person can have a very different view of the situation. Banter… Continue reading

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Stuck in Traffic? Start the Clock – By HPC’s Ruth McCann

How many times do your colleagues/employees complain that they have been stuck in traffic on their way into and from work? In fact for some such workers, the journey time can feel like it is longer than the time they spend doing their actual job. Whereas in the past the time employees spent commuting wasn’t… Continue reading

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