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How to motivate employees after their summer holidays

For a lot of offices, August and September can be a productivity killer. Post summer holidays days can be the least productive days in the year. So how do you motivate your employees after their summer holidays? Motivate your employees after their summer holidays Be Interested When your employee returns back to the office after…

Top Tips on Boosting Employee Morale

If the morale is low in your workplace then it’s going to have some negative effects. Conversely, if you can keep employee morale high then there are many positive benefits such as happy clients, increased productivity and the ability to attract top talent. Now there are websites such as Glassdoor where employees can rate an employer,…

The Risks of Overtime to a Business & How To Stop Them

According to the CIPD, “Nearly 1.4 million people in the UK regularly work more than 60 hours a week”. Whatever the reason for the overtime, there are risks of overtime to a business that can cause long-term damage for both employers and employees. The Risks of Overtime to a Business Stress related illness and burn-out is…

Jury Service Implications for Employers & Employees

Many companies won’t have thought about the financial implications to their business if one of their employees is called for jury service. Equally, employees may not realise the financial implications it will have on them. According to the UK Government’s website advice on jury service, it usually lasts up to 10 days but it can be…