The crucial stage of any recruitment process is the interview, both for the employer and the prospective employee. The questions that the employer asks enables them to ascertain if the candidate is suitable for the position and obtain any information not contained within the candidates CV. It is also vitally important for the interviewee to ask questions regarding the company and specific role to make sure that they are happy to proceed with employment should it be offered.
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2012 brought many new and invaluable tools and solutions to the attention of professionals in all areas of business. From marketing tools and gamification to data analysis and big data, the number of solutions available increased, and continues to grow into 2013. Will 2013 start and continue where 2012 left off?
January is often perceived as an anti-climax following the Christmas period. But perhaps it should be seen as a new beginning and a chance to set some fresh goals, motivate people and increase productivity.
Office Christmas parties are, and always will be, both a fun and dangerous event! Knowing what to say and do, and more importantly, what NOT to say or do can be the difference between a happy New Year and a VERY awkward January in the office!
December is a month that not only brings with it that ‘Christmassy’ feeling, but also the impending need to carry out end of year processes. These processes are less time consuming if you have a modern HRIS such as CIPHR. Below are the main areas that should be considered and prepared.
To celebrate this wonderful time of year, we are giving our clients the chance to win £10 Amazon voucher every day on the run up to Christmas. Each day you will be able to open the relevant advent window on our calendar. Once opened, simply answer the question and email us your answer.
Sometimes even the most motivated of employees has an off day, and require some additional motivation. Below are 5 TED talks explaining how we can all find inspiration, motivation and happiness in what we do.
Employees are the cornerstone of any business, without them, the business fails. Demotivated or disgruntled employees can have a major impact on the bottom line too. Introducing an employee recognition program is a great way of increasing morale and creating a culture of recognition and praise.