Ormsby Street CEO Martin Campbell has taken a new approach to employee performance, looking at an individual inside and outside work – getting them to set personal goals.
Whether it’s a pay rise, bonus or profit share, when you think “employee reward”, money is often the first thing that comes to mind.
In business, culture is your competitive edge, giving you the context you need as a leader to align purpose and values to create a winning team. So it’s suffice to say it’s caused many sleepless nights for bosses.
It goes without saying that success often comes under great leadership. From the world of sport, to startup businesses, good bosses are able to drive their teams forward in the most effective way. But are there specific traits workers look for in a leader?
Amid an ongoing discussion about robots replacing human jobs, employers must remember that a happy workforce is a productive workforce.
Product launches are one of the riskiest and most stressful experiences a business can face, but this challenge can be overcome.
Motivation is a powerful driving force, but that does not mean it is always constructive. There is a dark side of motivation, where it can be misdirected or derailed toward destructive, immoral or problematic behaviours.
Like family members, peers may drive each other mad at times, but giving recognition to colleagues will create a culture of innovation.
Staff retention and career satisfaction is a priority for employers and employees, but much must still be done as the world’s most boring jobs have been revealed.
There’s a shift underway in which employees are now the power players in a tight labour market. With Millennials officially designated as the largest generation in the workforce, nearly every employer finds themselves faced with many challenges. Chiefly among them, retaining flight-risk Millennials.
For hospitality firms, December is a whirl of Christmas parties and festive excess – even if they’re the ones working hard to ensure everyone has a good time. But when the music stops in the New Year, the hangover hits pubs, hotels, and restaurants particularly hard with January blues.
Admit it – we’ve all been there. Those grey days from September to April which bring with them low moods known as “the winter blues”.