Diversity and inclusion are hot topics in business right now. But you can’t have one without the other.
Cash is no longer king in consumer life. Cards offer users more flexibility, but are they empowering” Whatever method is used, businesses must remember that it’s the payment that matters most.
One of the greatest things about being an entrepreneur is creating jobs. However, one of the biggest challenges for an SME owner is retaining people. The days of the ?job-for-life attitude is sadly dwindling as the current generation of workers prefer shorter terms with employers. So how can business owners encourage them to stay?
Employers must listen to their employees, and especially so when it comes to their mental health issues. Here’s how to do it with compassion whilst staying within the realms of professionalism and good management.
We are constantly hearing about how remote working can be more productive than office attendance. But for this to be the case, you must ensure that your managerial skills are up to scratch. Make use of IT technology as well as a culture of transparency to get your remote office team to the highest level of productivity.
January, the month of cold, rain, and early nights. But it’s also the month where employees are most likely to struggle with their mental health. These are the steps you can take to improve employee mental health, using technology and the simple power of the line-manager.
Wellness and self-care dominated workplace discussions last year, but what are the HR policies you need to be integrating into your business in 2019?
You’ve probably heard the phrase ‘no man is an island’. It’s the same with CEOs, you can’t run all arms of your business by yourself, here’s where employee share ownership comes in.
The New Year has heralded the rise of escalating train fares, but that’s not the whole story.
How did your Christmas party go this year” Do your employees actually enjoy them” And if not, what purpose do they really serve
Whilst employee absences, sickness, and presenteeism are important issues to discuss, employers must work harder to make their work environment healthy.
If your SME is unprepared when political or natural disaster strikes, the results could damage the health of your business, your employer reputation and even the lives of your employees.