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Permaculture – refreshingly effective

Posted: 8th August 2018

By: Milly Carmichael

“Permaculture? Isn’t that all herb spirals and compost toilets? What’s it got to do with my business?   Maybe more than you think. Would you like your business to be…

Workplace Bias

Posted: 5th July 2017

By: Kay Heald

This may come as a shock – but did you know all workplaces are biased?  Within any group of people, there will be different degrees of concealed or unconscious bias, even…

Is Your Business Looking After Young Workers?

Posted: 5th June 2017

By: Kay Heald

Are organisations either turning a blind eye or simply unaware of their responsibilities, particularly with regard to casual hour contracts and young workers? New ways of working, different categories of…

” I Quit! The true cost of losing a staff member

Posted: 17th May 2017

By: Clara Wilcox

The cost of replacing staff is more than the cost of an advert. When you factor in YOUR time, the loss of productivity and the cost of actually recruiting, you…

Returnships

Posted: 26th September 2016

By: Kay Heald

You’ve heard of apprenticeships and graduate internships, but what about returnships? With the recent film release of Bridget Jones’s Baby, and maternity issues very much in the news, you may be interested to find out more about…

Enjoyment Theory

Posted: 29th February 2016

By: CHRISTINE COATES

From U Transition Dale Carnegie, the famous author and developer of self-improvement training, is quoted as saying “People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing” Is…

Employment Essentials

Posted: 11th May 2015

In this article Liz Walton offers her advice on the issues involved in staff recruitment and employment. Whether you have one person working for you or one hundred, employing staff…