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The importance of staff retention can't be emphasised strongly enough. While recruiting the right people for your company is a critical part of any business, retaining staff - especially your very best talent - is equally important.
Let's be clear - your recruitment strategy could be near perfect but if your best people are heading out of the door on a regular basis, it's more a case of one step forward and two steps back, as you're forever fillings gaps in your workforce rather than strengthening it.
Not only does such a state of play cause headaches for hiring managers, who can feel as if they're devoting far too much time and energy to searching through candidates, it can also have a negative effect on existing staff. After all, what’s more unsettling than seeing colleagues leave? It can really chip away at morale and unsettle other employees.
If you're currently witnessing examples of this, it's definitely time to up your talent retention game. Here are some ideas to help you get there:Read more
You might have the word 'manager' in your job title but that doesn't necessarily mean you are a leader. The two roles are linked but are not quite the same - you may well have been promoted to a position of a manager within your company but the step up to being a good team leader requires a wide and varied skillset.
‘When you are promoted into a role where you are managing people, you don't automatically become a leader,' states this Forbes article. So, how do you transcend from being a manager to an effective manager of people, demonstrating excellent team leadership? Do you know what it takes to be a leader?Read more
Predicted to be a Tory landslide just weeks ago, today’s election has turned out to be unexpectedly tumultuous and uncertain. With 3 feasible outcomes now clearly on the table: Red, Blue or Hung – now is the time to anticipate the impacts of each one on your business.
They say things come in threes. Our clients seem to agree, as three clear issues appear to be influencing their commercial strategies at the moment: Brexit, Employment and Taxation.
Whether Parliament is predominantly Red, Blue, or Hung from tomorrow, Brexit, Employment and Taxation will remain the key concerns of business leaders. So let’s explore how each of the different outcomes of today’s election are likely to affect them.
The Annual ‘Most Attractive Employers’ survey of graduates has just been published in the US, and while it might look like a ‘who’s who’ of the business world, there are some valuable pieces of insight that can be applied to any business, no matter the size.Read more