Flexible working is good for your business, good for your staff, even good for the environment. It can help you function better, not only during the Olympics, but afterwards too, with many commercial advantages.
Advanced technology has led to an increase in the number of employees who work outside of traditional office settings. But for managers, telecommuters present a number of challenges.
Everyone is talking about the legacy of the Olympics. So, in practice, how can I take on board their remarkable success and apply it to my business?
A study entitled “Sustainable Organisation Performance Through HR in SMEs” has been undertaken specifically to address this oversight and begins by identifying four key stages that most SMEs find themselves in.
It is important not to get sucked into the cooling off period during Christmas if work remains to be finished before a new quarter begins.
With social media taking a large chunk out of each individuals time spent online, it's no surprise the use of these popular sites has made its way into the workplace.
Make sure you kick off this year informed of ten important changes regarding employment law in 2013 to keep your business on the straight and narrow.
It's often forgotten just how much of a balancing act good management is. Good managers make their role look easy so what they do can look deceptively simple.
Staying up to date with revisions in laws that bring your employees in question can help ensure you are well equipped and on the right track when making management decisions.
2014 looks set to be a busy year for changes to employment law, with most of the definite changes so far taking place up to April, with perhaps more to come later in the year.
Employees due for maternity leave during a down-sizing exercise can be easily targeted for dismissal, leading to potential problems of discimination