Wellbeing in the workplace

From an end of year bonus, a successful meeting or even a smile from a colleague, we all have different things that make us happy at work. And with our work lives getting longer – on average Brits spend 99,117 hours at work over a lifetime – it’s more important than ever to maintain good mental health in the workplace.… Read more >

Ten critical reasons why employees quit their job

Employees quit their job for many reasons. Some reasons, the employers cannot effect, for example to relocate to away from their home area, to stay home with children, and go back to school are a few. Those reasons are tough to address by an employer because they involve life events in the employee’s world outside of work.… Read more >

Staff Development And Skills Audits

Learning and development – both formal and informal – is critical to the current and future success of your organisation. We learn informally all the time, through work activities and new experiences. Formal, structured development activities such as induction ensure that employees receive the learning they need, as well as specialist knowledge and skills development.… Read more >

Staff Motivation

Your people may have all the expertise in the world but, if they're not motivated, it's unlikely that they'll achieve their true potential.…

How to write an Effective Job Description

To really understand the scope of a job, it helps to have it defined in writing. During the recruitment process, you have a better chance of attracting top talent if there is a well documented account of the role. Wouldn’t you be more inclined to interview with an organisation that had taken the time to define who they wanted to hire?…