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How To lead Gen Z in the workplace

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Helen Day, Director of Positive Leaders and a generational researcher, has some ideas that will help when it comes to managing Gen Z in the workplace. In this post-pandemic world, leaders face several challenges in increasing engagement in the workplace. Not least is finding ways of engaging the newest generation to enter the workforce, Generation […]

PA Profile: Anita Payne, Assistant at Schroders

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Our recent PA Profile interview is with Anita Payne, Assistant at Pan European Equities at Schroders. She shares her top tips and insights from her role, and discusses the rapidly changing workplace, plus the need to look after the wellbeing of you and your team. What was your journey like into your career as a […]

Why Your LinkedIn Profile Shouldn’t Look Like Your Facebook Profile

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Your LinkedIn profile could be under scrutiny by potential employers at any given moment. Whether you’ve just applied for a job and an employer is digging for dirt, or one of your clients is having a browse, there’s always someone watching. And thanks to the private browsing mode, you may never be aware they were […]

Revamp your home office to welcome summer

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With summer nearly here, now is the time to consider updating elements of your home office space to prepare for the new season. In this guide, we’ll offer some ways you can enhance your home office décor to embody the delightful feeling of summer, as well as tips for how to prepare your workspace for […]

Unlimited vacation – the latest tool in the retention toolkit?

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Unlimited Vacation – sounds too good to be true. But is it the grand holiday we want it to be or the latest tool to help retain employees? Kiki Stannard, Managing Director at ZEDRA discusses It’s well known that employers are determined to keep their best and brightest employees, particularly those who work the hardest […]

UK workers are still embarassed to discuss salaries

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Workers across the UK still feel uncomfortable to talk about their salaries in the workplace. The attitudes are so embedded in the British work culture that it doesn’t feel right to open up about salaries. Research from job site Glassdoor found only 25% of employees felt comfortable discussing their pay with their boss, while only […]

How Technology Can Inspire Teamwork and Collaboration

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The way we work is always evolving, and it makes sense that where and how we work would also change. Office working isn’t for everyone and there is a lot more to consider than only your morning commute. Enter collaborative technologies and with them, a boom in users per day by the millions. Companies are […]

Menopause and brain fog – how to regain you mind

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Menopause and brain fog – expert advice on how to alleviate symptoms and regain you mind. You might have watched the new Channel 4 documentary presented by Davina McCall titled ‘Sex, Mind and the Menopause’. The programme explored the affects of menopause on the mind, symptoms that are experiences by many women, yet often less […]

Businesses regret almost half of new hires as skills shortage intensifies

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Skills shortage in new hires cause businesses to regret almost half of their new hires new research reveals. Over half of businesses (61%) admit settling for candidate that did not sufficiently match the job role, while 56% rushed the hiring process Making a bad hire has more of an impact now than it did 12 […]

Salary is no Longer Enough as Employee Experience gains in value

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Resignations are now at the highest they have been in over a decade and business leaders are having to find ways to retain their workers. So what do employees want? A competitive salary is not enough . Employee experience is given great value by workers who are increasingly able to call the shots for their […]


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