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    Top stories of the week

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    As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. How to motivate yourself to get back to work in January  Going back to work in January is for most people, the least motivated you’ll feel all year, due to […]

    Would you consider a hug as workplace harassment?

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    More than 300 Ted Baker employees have signed a petition to stop the company’s ‘forced hugging’ policy. In light of this news, do you understand what is acceptable at work and what could be considered harassment behaviour? The idea that a hug could be considered harassment may seem silly for some but it’s no laughing […]

    What to do if you think your colleague is being harassed

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    There has been a lot in the news recently that highlights harassment at work, with the Philip Green scandal and MeToo movement to name just a few. But, how can you help if you think a colleague is being harassed at work? Julie Provino, an international HR leader, author and founder of  VeryHR has some […]

    Workplace discrimination effects one in four employees in the UK

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    Workplace discrimination has unfortunately been a thing since time began, but with more people than ever speaking out about how they have been discriminated against at work, why are the numbers still so high? Nearly one in four UK employees (23%) have said they have experienced an incident in the past 12 months where they […]

    Employees are compromising ethical standards due to being under-resourced, says study

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    The pressure of hitting a deadline on time can cause problems with employee health and with the quality of work produced, but with one in eight (12%) UK employees compromising their organisation’s ethical standards, is it time to invest in the workforce? This was up from 8% in 2015, the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) […]