It’s a sad reality that an increasing number of job hunters are falling victim to online job scams, with our research revealing that 71.3 per cent of candidates would assume that any job advertised online is a legitimate posting from a real business.
Author Lee Biggins
When the sun comes out to play, it’s understandable that staff often want to be anywhere other than the office – so keeping them productive can be a real challenge. But the good news is that it’s not impossible; there are still ways to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your workforce.
While many businesses continue to invest in solid recruitment strategies, going above and beyond to attract and secure the best talent, the truth remains that sometimes a bad hire does make it through the net.
With just days to go, over 36,000 runners across the UK are gearing up to take on the notorious London marathon. So what should you do when an employee decides to take on the challenge?
As a business owner, you’ll likely understand the importance of promoting a happy and healthy workforce; not only does a positive working environment aid in keeping morale and productivity high, but many business owners would prefer their staff to be fit and healthy.
There’s a reason that moving house is acknowledged as one of the most stressful situations a person can go through, and from my own experience moving offices and opening up a new work space is just as tricky to navigate.
Hiring the right people for your business can be a complicated and lengthy process. It’s therefore no surprise that, once all the preparation which goes into recruiting is over, employers may start to relax.
As work / life balance worsens for many employees around the world, Sweden has taken the plunge and implemented a six-hour working day. Should we do the same?
In a world so focused on being lean and healthy, the same rules should be applied to business.
With the festive season fast-approaching once again, it’s well worth thinking about what you can do to ensure that your employees really excel over Christmas.
Whether you’re a small business, a micro business or a cost-conscious company, it’s likely that you’re looking to recruit to the top talent to your business without breaking the bank.