Handbooks. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, they can be extremely useful for both employees and employers. I’ve seen handbooks that are LONG, and others that are the bare minimum. Some companies just don’t have them at all. But why are they so useful? They help explain expected behaviours in your workplace – making
Lockdown 2.0. You’d think we’d be used to working from home by now; spending more time indoors, less of a commute (unless you live in a really big house, of course), and generally being trusted to work on our own initiative. However, with lockdown comes isolation. As an introvert, you’d think sitting on my own
When employees leave your organisation, it might be a day of great sadness as they move on to something new. Or you might be breathing a big sigh of relief because they’ve been a pain ever since they started. Either way, it’s really important to understand the real reason your employees are leaving your business.
I’ve always struggled to explain what exactly “Human Resources” is, and what we do as professionals. Ultimately, we look after the employment lifecycle of individuals. We make sure they have the best possible experience working for our company, starting with the recruitment of that individual up until the point that they leave (and everything in