What’s your view of the need for HR software for managing your employees? Well some people see it as either unnecessary or as an additional cost that they can manage without.
How loyal are you to your employer? Our latest research project with One Poll asked 1,000 employees working with SME’s in the UK that very question.
There’s a lot of considerations to deciding employee salaries. Anyone who has recruited through an agency will quickly find themselves on a mailing list that outlines industry averages for salaries for different roles.
In small businesses you don’t necessarily need to get involved with major consultant-led projects to increase productivity. Nor can you often afford it. The problems can be identified and dealt with within the organisation, often in a few simple steps.
This post has been written by Heald Nickinson
Owning a business can be an incredibly rewarding job, but it can often be the most challenging.
Guest Blog post by Nicky Forsyth, Yellowfire Marketing
Loyalty is defined as being faithful to a cause ideal, custom, institution or product.
‘Employee loyalty’ is big business. Benefit schemes, away days, software that shares ‘kudos’ and so on – all tools in a manager’s arsenal to build employee loyalty… Wander into LinkedIn and the groups are buzzing about how to make your employees loyal…
Guest Blog Post written by Steve Sutherland Head of Marketing and PR,Middleton Murray
The case I’ve been asked to make is ‘‘Why Apprenticeships are good for SME’s’’
The CIPD recently warned people of the damaging effects social media can have on their careers.
In October 2012 – Facebook had 1.01 billion people using the site each month and this figure has no doubt risen since then. If you asked around your office today – I’m sure nearly everyone has an account and uses it frequently to upload photos, catch up with friends or let everyone know what they’re up to with a daily status update.
So the economy’s starting to move, interest rate rises are round the corner, we’re entering a period of opportunity and thank heavens for that. What we now need is a knowledgeable, intelligent, creative workforce that are motivated to work hard and will stay with the company as it grows and prospers. read more…