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What is a duvet day?

We all know that “duvet day” feeling. It’s when you just can’t seem to garner the motivation to get going and would prefer to shut off the alarm, turn over and go back to sleep. read article

Squirrel - business agility is fundamental to success

Why business agility is fundamental to success

“If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” Believing this has probably saved many a company – maybe yours – from endless, unnecessary reorganisations. We think there’s a better way. Let’s rewrite the rules and welcome business agility into our organisational strategy. read article

Why is human resources important?

Why is human resources important?

Your people are your greatest resource and assets. One way to be sure your business will succeed is to look after your employees. Treat your people fairly, manage them well, provide them with opportunities and they will help you to achieve your ideas and ace your business plan. Treat employees badly or with mediocrity and they will underperform or leave. read article

turn employees into ambassadors for your business

How to turn employees into ambassadors for your business

Whether you like it or not, your employees talk – over dinner, down the pub, at the gym, at the school gates – that collective word of mouth can have a huge impact on your company reputation and bottom line. Here are  5 ways to encourage employees to shout out. read article

build a Mental Health training programme for your workplace

How to build a Mental Health training programme for your workplace

Mental health problems affect one in six workers in the UK every year according to charity Mind, and the cost to the UK economy is somewhere between £74 billion and £99 billion a year. So, it comes as no surprise that increasing numbers of employers are looking at their role in staff wellbeing and introducing mental health training. read article

5 ways to recruit and retain

5 ways to recruit and retain

As the pressures and expectations on workers increase, so do the responsibilities of the organisation. Choice is everywhere and competition is fierce. Recruitment is no different. So what steps can you take to make them want to work for you? read article