Managing & preventing employee burn-out
Managing & preventing employee burn-out Employee productivity and well-being should be at the forefront of any successful employer’s mind when they consider how effective their policies are. The issue of burn-out, when staff are overworked & their productivity drops and/or they need time off to recover, is one that is growing in the UK.… Continue reading
Most common ways managers fail to engage with their employees
Most common ways managers fail to engage with their employees Employee engagement within your business is a key part in maintaining your skilled workforce is as productive, happy and comfortable as they can be. Business leaders are always quick to improve their companies use of this with a number of methods, many may think… Continue reading
How a manager’s mood can impact an employee’s working day
__ Research by the Institute of leadership & Management has found that many workplace atmospheres are being effected by the managers mood, with issues arising such as favouritism and trust-issues. In the study which surveyed over 1,200 UK workers, it was found that 50% of leaders allow their mood to impact… Continue reading
Are 70% of UK staff only one step from resignation?
___ A recent GCS recruitment survey has found that up to 70% of workers in the UK are passive jobseekers, meaning that as they continue in their current roles they are open to considering new positions. This fact, along with other troubling statistics, show that employee satisfaction may not be in the best… Continue reading