Three ways to reduce the likelihood of employees staining your...

Employees are often seen as a company’s greatest asset. But in today’s highly competitive environment in which short-term contracts are increasingly the norm, wage pressure is unrelenting and information about your competitors’ and colleagues’ remuneration packages, or indeed about your company’s environmental or financial misdeeds, is just a click away, your people can just as easily become a major hindrance. And now, thanks to Facebook, Twitter, Google and employer review sites such as Glassdoor, current and former employees can share their concerns or allegations immediately with whoever they think may care to listen. Unsurprisingly, instances of staff mouthing off about their bosses or colleagues on Facebook, getting into unseemly public scrapes on Twitter, having their emails shared with the world at large, resigning in full public view, or sharing thumb-drives of confidential or damaging information to third parties are all too common. Fortunately most people value their careers and reputations and understand that what they say and do can reflect badly on themselves and on their employer. However mistakes are always going to be made, and the odd bad apple will always be a risk. What can you do to reduce the […]

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Invested Business? Invest in Marketing

With so much research and development taking place in the early stages of your...

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Planning for reopening – how to accelerate out of lockdown

The government’s roadmap out of the lockdown is currently going to plan and we...

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