Reward and recognition, or appreciation of work done, is probably one of the easiest ways to motivate employees.
In the spirit of keeping healthy, happy and productive at work – even if you work at a computer all day – we’ve pulled together ten top tips for staying fit if you’ve got an office job.
Happy to be back at work after the Christmas break? How about your staff? For many, January is the month of misery.
Once the headache fades it’s time to start your business year on the right foot. Need new talent? Then make sure you find it – here’s how…
If it seems like there’s a lot to recruitment, it’s because there is.
Our clients come back to us time and again because of the way we do things. They also tell us how other recruitment companies do things.
We have to admit that we’ve made a huge assumption. We’ve assumed that you know what we mean by recruitment success.
Back in March 2014, we discussed changes in the recruitment market – especially in terms of finding high quality candidates. In summary, our conclusions were:
Having happy, motivated staff increases your productivity and simply makes your company a better place to work. We’ve discussed how to hire right and the importance of attitude over skills. But there’s one more vital aspect that you’ll need to get right if you want to hire staff that stay – the job itself.
Two weeks in, you realise you’ve hired the wrong person. Knowing you’re going to have to ‘let them go’ and start the whole process again, you worry about the money you wasted on recruitment and their salary.