As we return in September to some form of normality, children returning to school, staff feeling more confident working from the office with longer hours; It’s imperative as an employer to safeguard the company from further disruption…you’ve had enough already!
To take action you have to put your ducks in a row, we’ve heard this before – so what does this actually mean?
“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.”
– Amit Ray
As I mentioned in Part 2, we are now forced to stop and think – we must focus on our future and map out what we can do now to stop the headache becoming a migraine. Worrying will only drive you into a pre-lived future, drawing you from the present. This can reflect on two sides – either worrying makes you take action to find a solution, or alone it manifests doubts, fears and negativities.
A time of despair and reflection allows you to stop and think. In our case currently, we do need to think quickly but my point is, to think ahead you do need to stop for a moment and possibly take a different pathway to reach your destination.
I wanted to share my thoughts and support to all our existing clients and to those we have not yet met, expressing our genuine heartfelt passion to help, where we can.
The Government is introducing a new National Living Wage (NLW) increase by 6%, which will allow low-paid UK staff to earn nearly £1,000 more per year.
Personal development – should this be a New Year’s Resolution? Yes, definitely!!!
Let’s face it, if the deal is done or not, will this really change much in the way of recruiting your next staff member? The recruitment industry isn’t fazed; we know that if you plan to hire, it’s because you don’t have the capacity within the business to deal with work demand and by not having a fully equipped team in place only reduces productivity, which means sales revenue goes down.
The cost of getting it wrong and the impact on employers….