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.
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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!
Performance management, especially in the current economic climate, is an essential business strategy. The ability to effectively plan, monitor and reward successful employees and managers ensures that both the business and its employees have a clear understanding of their own personal role within the organisation, and the business strategy as a whole.
In the current challenging economic climate, workforce analytics are more important than ever. Knowing where your business is performing well and, more importantly, where it isn’t, can be crucial when strategic decisions are being made.
There are probably thousands of things that you should never say to your boss, below are the one’s which should be at the top of that list! Most people would think that the below remarks would never be said to a manager, however it is surprising how often they are!
As more and more prospective applicants are using the internet to look for vacancies, increasing numbers of businesses are turning to eRecruitment systems to cater for the trend. Systems such as iRecruit offer many advantages over the more traditional methods of both advertising the vacancy, and administering the application process.