The Logical Approach to Non-Performance


Not so long ago, this blog featured a post entitled, 10 Reasons for Non-Performance, looking at why employees sometimes don’t do something and what a good manager or supervisor can do about that. To continue the theme… this post looks at the manager’s decision-making process when faced with an under-performing employee – how exactly do you decide what the best course of action is? Choose your approach Naturally, there are many ways to analyse a situation
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Will job seekers have the upper hand post-Brexit?


While the country takes a timeout from Brexit to decide who will govern the UK through the process of leaving the EU, the impact of last June’s referendum result on employers apparently continues. As we continue to see newspaper articles about European businesses and citizens getting ready to leave the country, new research has been published by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), the professional
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Look out for burnout


A new survey from salary benchmarking site Emolument has found that employees earning the least are the most likely to suffer from ‘burnout’ at work. In fact, a whopping 92% of those earning under £20,000 per year said they had actually experienced burnout. And although there are undoubtedly stresses in higher management and leadership roles (as they say, it’s tough at the top) the further up the salary scale respondents were, the less likely they were to feel burntout. What do
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