Go! – By Eluned Ward

Go, walk out the door but don’t go anywhere One of the concerns for a business when somebody leaves is whether the employee will set up in competition with them, solicit orders from their clients and entice employees to work for their new company.  The most common way for a company to stop this from… Continue reading

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Whose fault is it? – By Eluned Ward

Whose fault is it? Vicarious liability is the concept that a third party can be responsible for the torts (i.e. a civil wrong or wrongful act, whether intentional or accidental, from which injury occurs to another) carried out by someone they have ‘control’ over. Which on the face of it, an employer has ‘control’ over… Continue reading

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Gender pay gap- What are we waiting for? Are you prepared?

The Chartered Management Institute survey based on 43,000 workers shows, “Male managers’ earnings across all levels are rising faster than women’s for the first time in five years.” Yes, you read that correctly. In our apparent “21st, modernised and equal” century, gender inequality is still happening. We’re going backwards. Facts that came to the forefront… Continue reading

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Keeping your employees motivated

The heart of a business lies with the people who dedicate their lives to making it a success, the employees. Without them, business would simply crumble. It is therefore vital for any entrepreneur that their workers are performing to their maximum, but how is this achieved? It is important to understand that each individual has… Continue reading

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How to manage a resignation

I was once told think of an organisation as a bucket of water, and when somebody leaves it is like you remove a cup of water from the bucket – it causes ripples but eventually it will return to a smooth surface. How long those ripples continue will depend on how a resignation is handled.… Continue reading

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