Posts from July 2019

Most companies don’t think about their onboarding process once its been written, tried, and tested the first time. We don’t like to mess with what we consider to be perfect, even if it’s something simple that only just about works. Onboarding processes can become outdated, whether we realise it or not. 
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So, you’ve hired a few new employees to work for your already thriving business, and you’re wondering if they need an induction. The answer is always yes; new employees benefit greatly from being gently inducted into their new roles, rather than being thrown into the deep end of their duties and responsibilities. 
Every workplace has its own set of workplace regulations that cover the various health and safety issues and necessities that they need to adhere to in order to keep their employees and clients safe. As these vary from workplace to workplace, it can be difficult to cover all of the obligations that an employer may have, but this article will endeavour to cover at least some of the basics that every employer should be looking out for when it comes to health and safety. 
Managing underperformance isn’t easy. It’s hard to tell why your team is underperforming, and it’s not always immediately noticeable. Depending on the type of business you run, from a glance, you may not notice your team slipping. It’s usually a month or two later that the numbers come to light and you realise that something is wrong. But don’t fret. It’s never too late to fix the issue of underperforming, you just need to get to grips with why it’s happening first. 
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