Did you see the ‘digger’ video doing the social media rounds just the other day?
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Reduce your staff turnover - save costs
With less than a week to go before the Christmas break, our employees’ focus can start to waver.
In our last blog, we discussed the phenomenon known as Queen Bee syndrome.
This is where a woman in a position of authority treats or regards subordinates less fairly, simply because they too are women.
The answer is a definitive ‘no’ (but it was fun getting the pun into the headline). The concept of Queen Bee syndrome has been around for decades.
How prior engagement is essential to successful change management.
“Install air-conditioning. Let them wear loose, casual clothing. Give them copious amounts of bottled water.”
There’s no shortage of advice for employers on how to look after office, retail or warehouse workers when the weather is this hot. Much of this advice is pretty obvious stuff.
So, you messed up at work. What happened? Did you forget a deadline? Did you miss a client appointment? Perhaps you accidentally offended a colleague with a careless comment? Or was your presentation to the board below par?
So, it’s ‘Bye Bye Boris’ and ‘Arrivederci David’. Two of Theresa May’s biggest Brexit hard-hitters stormed from the building.
‘Will we be allowed home early to watch the England games?’
‘Will the boss let us have a TV in the ‘break room’?
‘I don’t like football. Will I be allowed time off too?’