The countdown to London 2012 has begun (196 days in case you’re wondering) – but it seems as if the prospect of the Olympics is being greeted with apathy in a significant number of boardrooms; not because of the games […]
An email popped into my in-box yesterday afternoon, just as I was slowly cranking my brain into gear and trying to summon up some enthusiasm for work after the festive season.
Tis the season to be jolly – and in offices across the country people are donning their Santa hats, looking forward to a stress-free Christmas and heading off to the company Christmas bash.
Are you a social media sceptic or an enthusiastic convert to the concept of digital conversations?
There’s been much debate among HR folk about the Government’s consultation on ‘protected conversations’ when it comes to staff performance, announced amidst a raft of other legislative changes last week.
There’s been a cautious welcome from employers this week to the recommendations in the Government’s employee Sickness and Absence Review.
How much is poor management costing your business? According to research from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), it could be quite a lot.
Let me ask you a question: How would you rate your own employee performance today? And just how productive have you really been?
More gloomy predictions about the economy this week, with figures showing that people in the UK are borrowing more on credit cards, overdrafts and loans than at the height of the 2009 recession.
Extended drinking hours in England and Wales have led to a significant rise in workplace absence, according to a report in this week’s People Management magazine online.