How to Manage Difficult Employees

No recruitment strategy, however robust, is absolutely foolproof. There is always a risk that a member of staff could become very difficult to manage. Perhaps what seemed to be an impressive trait during the interview stage has proven to be negative as the months have gone by? Maybe an experience

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How to Create Consensus Among Staff

The best workforce is one that is made not of near-identical employees, but of varied and diverse workers that complement one another. There is strength in difference, but this can mean that getting everyone to agree can seem like an impossible task! Creating a consensus Getting your staff to support

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Dealing with an Employee’s Long Term Sickness

Nobody wants to deal with long-term employee sickness. It’s certainly not pleasant for the sick employee, who is potentially dealing with a lifelong condition or terminal illness, and it can be stressful and difficult for an employer to manage in addition. The entire situation is one that you won’t want

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Paranoid About a Member of Staff Quitting?

Are you worried about your employees handing in their notice of resignation? A 2011 study by the Office for National Statistics found that 57% of people choose to leave their jobs. The remaining 43% are those that have to leave for another reason, such as redundancy or dismissal. With the

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