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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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How to conduct a role and skills audit

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

A role audit helps you understand whether you are utilising your employees’ skills effectively and whether you need to amend existing roles or create new ones.

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How to retain or replace great employees

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

‘New year, new me,’ often leads to people evaluating their career and thinking about a new direction. This means that many companies start to receive resignation letters around the end of January from employees who have decided that it’s time for a change.

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5 ways employees can boost your employer branding

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

Your employees are a key part of your employer branding. If your employees are invested in helping you attract more of the right people to your company, your recruitment initiatives will be more successful.

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How to improve your employer branding

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

Why should people work for your company? What differentiates you from other employers? Employer branding focuses on the attraction, engagement and retention of high-calibre employees.

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Saying it by email: tips for effective written communication

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers, Candidates

How many times have you misinterpreted an email, thought someone was being rude when they weren’t, or been completely confused by what was written?

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How to have difficult conversations with employees

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

Conversations about poor performance, job losses or complaints against employees are never easy. Unfortunately, if these things aren’t addressed, it can lead to bigger problems.

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Successful change requires successful communication

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

Many people think that employees are resistant to change. Quite often the problem is not the change itself, it’s the way it is communicated.

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Workplace communication: are you getting it wrong?

by Keeley Edge

/ Employers

Isn’t it frustrating when colleagues or employees don’t do something you’ve asked them to, don’t implement changes you’ve discussed or don’t carry out tasks the way you wanted?

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11th April 2019

How to reward your team

It is a fact that everybody likes to feel apprecia... Read more

19th March 2019

The real reason you’re losing staff

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13th February 2019

How to conduct a role and skills audit

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