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Meet our Team: Emma Newton-Miller

by Keeley Edge

/ Company News

As part of our ten-year anniversary celebrations, we wanted to give you the opportunity to get to know us a little better. This week, we’re getting to know recruitment specialist, Emma Newton-Miller, who has been with Key Appointments for just over a year.

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Meet our Team: Laura Greaux

by Keeley Edge

/ Company News

As part of our ten-year anniversary celebrations, we wanted to give you the opportunity to get to know us a little better. This week, we’re getting to know recruitment specialist, Laura Greaux, who has been with Key Appointments for five years.

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Meet our Team: Keeley Edge

by Keeley Edge

/ Company News

As part of our ten-year anniversary celebrations, we wanted to give you the opportunity to get to know us a little better. First up is company founder and director, Keeley Edge, who has spent the last ten years building a unique recruitment consultancy.

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Celebrating 10 years of sourcing talent

by Keeley Edge

/ Candidates, Company News, Employers

We can hardly believe it; Key Appointments is ten years old, and we’re celebrating. With so many businesses failing to make it to five years, we’re proud of how our business has gone from strength to strength over the last decade.

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10 ways to support healthy living in the workplace

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

Leading a healthy lifestyle is good for us mentally and physically, but it can be tough to take care of ourselves when we’re managing busy schedules.

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An Employment Lawyers View of Mental Health First Aiders

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

We have called upon Samira Cakali to be our guest blogger this quarter so we can take a look at Mental Health First Aid from an Employment Law perspective.

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Workplace stress and anxiety: what to look out for

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

In 2017, the prime minister commissioned an independent review into how employers can better support employees' mental health. The report showed that 15% of people in work had symptoms of an existing mental health issue.

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Are you making your employees sick?

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

Absenteeism costs UK businesses millions of pounds each year, while presenteeism is one of the biggest threats to productivity. Many companies believe sickness and stress are part of everyday life, so they simply accept it and take the hit.

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How to reward your team

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

It is a fact that everybody likes to feel appreciated for what they do. It makes us feel good about ourselves. In the workplace, it has been found that the principal motivator for employee performance is recognition of a job well done and people would much rather work for an employer that recognises their efforts rather than only giving feedback when they have done something wrong!

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The real reason you’re losing staff

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

It’s easy to think employees leave simply because they got a better offer, but there’s usually a reason they were looking for a new job in the first place.

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