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The HR Headmistress' blog
22nd February 2017
You want fabulous work performance so you try to lure rock stars with a glittering career from another company. That’s the theory anyway. In the early 2000s Harvard Business School researched this approach and concluded that if high...
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15th February 2017
SMEs undoubtedly have a harder time recruiting than large organisations. Everyone has heard of Google and Microsoft. Nobody’s heard of Jo Bloggs’ Pet Emporium, even though it is quite the best pet emporium in town.
Speaking from my...
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8th February 2017
This may surprise you, but you already have an employer brand. As long as you have employees, candidates and customers you have an employer brand, no matter how small your business. And as long as people can form an opinion (and express it to...
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2nd February 2017
What a busy couple of weeks we’ve had here. It seems we’ve had to deal with an endless procession of disciplines. We’ve had to deal with minor misconduct, gross misconduct, harassment and bullying – and it’s only...
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31st January 2017
Your employer brand is what people say and think about your business as a place to work. It’s the view that employees, job seekers, and the public have of the business, from how you conduct yourself in the market, through to what they think...
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26th January 2017
Ahead of the national living wage and national minimum wage rises in April, the Government has launched a £1.7million awareness campaign, to ensure workers know how much they are legally entitled to. It’s the latest in a series of...
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24th January 2017
Most people want to work in a large business (in most cases simply because they have heard of the company) so if you’re an SME employer you will need to positively emphasise the advantages of being an SME to prospective candidates. Here are...
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19th January 2017
A flight attendant who worked for EasyJet was sacked for supposedly stealing a bacon baguette. Shannon Gleeson worked for EasyJet for three years and had an unblemished record. One of Ms Gleeson’s colleagues had reported to management that...
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12th January 2017
New Year seems to bring out an all-or-nothing approach to improvement. If they are bothering with resolutions at all, most people try to do too much too quickly. Going to the gym five days a week in January is down to five days in total in...
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10th January 2017
A fantastic recruitment process is one of the most important things a company can do to achieve growth. If you want to build your dream team of employees you have to keep your recruitment process switched on all the time. If you come across an...
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