Office Environment – Employee’s aren’t satisfied with their work office environment

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Office Environment – Employee’s aren’t satisfied with their work office environment The way we work is changing and as a result of technology, it provides businesses with a more flexible approach to working. No longer are we shackled to the desk, we can roam or work from home.   A survey gathered research from 600… Continue reading

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Google: A focus on people and recruiting right…

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Google: A focus on people and recruiting right… A company which recruits well, is hard to get into and one that has a worldwide reputation for being the ‘coolest’ place to work; Google is a company who other businesses look to emulate.   However, try as they may, Google has many enviable qualities which is a result of… Continue reading

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Worker fired over coffee mug highlights zero-tolerance policy problems

__     Leadership in business requires policies which are strict but do not cross the line when it comes to letting employees go as an overreaction.   HR Grapevine covered a story regarding factory worker Craig Reed who was recently fired from his role after a prank intended for one person inadvertently offended a… Continue reading

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What can HR learn from the United deplaning debacle?

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What can HR learn from the United deplaning debacle?   United Airlines is facing a PR nightmare after a video emerged showing a passenger being forcibly removed from an ‘overbooked’ flight. While the debate rages on regarding passenger rights when an airline requests ‘volunteers’ to give up their seats, are there lessons that HR can… Continue reading

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Can you really be yourself at work?

When you’re at work, do you behave in the same way as you do when you’re at home? Or do you have a work persona – a duller, more subdued version of your real self?   Of course there are certain behaviours, such as swearing, or nudity, for example, that aren’t acceptable in any workplace,… Continue reading

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