Research has found that beyond employee appreciation day, bosses are failing to recognise the efforts of staff. This leads to underperformance and a lack of engagement.
Almost a third of UK workers believe their productivity has suffered as a result of work-related stress and 44 per cent claim?their motivation has suffered, and one in four thinks stress has held them back in their career.
The UK?s withdrawal from the EU has begun with the trigger of article 50. No other country has left the EU so we don’t know how things will play out ? hence all the Brexit uncertainty.
Like family members, peers may drive each other mad at times, but giving recognition to colleagues will create a culture of innovation.
Philip Hammond has unveiled on plans to ensure SMEs are referred to other lenders after bank rejection, but Barry James is not happy in his open letter.
Forget the gurus, the new management theories and the latest fads – getting a winning performance from your staff isn’t actually that complicated. It just needs a bit of hard work and a clear plan in three areas.
High employee turnover hurts a company’s bottom line and can damage morale among remaining staff. With it arguably being one of the most intense challenges, we canvassed the business landscape for advice on how to stop the churn.
Every business should understand the importance of employee engagement, so why are companies still only managing to meet the most basic needs of people?
Running a business involves keeping an eye on your competitors, there are certain things that you can do that will give you a competitive edge. Winning awards, for instance, can set you paces apart as it is a huge accolade. So how can you create an award-winning business?
With Global Entrepreneurship Week underway, a study has found that an overwhelming 94 per cent majority of social enterprise leaders believe their businesses should be recognised seriously as pathways to do good.
Are your people engaged in building a masterpiece every day at work, or are they putting in just enough hours to earn a pay check?
A third of British workers said they suffer from the Sunday night blues every week and want more help at work to cope.