We have used three of the Essential HR Tool Kits (Dignity at Work; Managing Poor Work Performance and Tackling Workplace Investigations). They’re amazingly flexible and easy to use.

All you need to do is pick up the Tool Kit and deliver it. I am not a hands-on trainer, but I found them very user-friendly. We customised the Tool Kit quickly and easily to brand it for our company. Thoroughly recommended.

Alizoun Dickinson, HR Director, Quadron Services Limited

The HR Headmistress' blog

Ten Ideas for Team Outings

19th February 2020

Team building is about helping your team develop into a unified group. It is an opportunity to gather your people in one place and give them a reason to interact with each other in a non-work way. At this very dull, dreary – not to mention...

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How to Beef up your Business Writing

12th February 2020

Whatever you write at work says a lot about you and your business.

The National Literacy Trust estimates that 5.1 million adults in England are functionally illiterate, meaning that they have a reading age of 11 or below. Quite often even...

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Problems, Not Complaints

5th February 2020

The “don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions” approach to management can cause employees to feel anxious, breed a culture of intimidation, and prevent some problems from surfacing until they’re full-blown crises.


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Keeping the Team Motivated Through the Depths of Winter

29th January 2020

January and February are horrible months. The excitement of Christmas is over. Bills are still looming. The days are dark, cold and or wet. For some people the greyness means that seasonal effective disorder threatens. It feels as if life becomes...

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How to Reduce the Spread Colds and Flu

22nd January 2020

A new flu virus is in the news again this week, with the unwelcome possibility that it can mutate and spread.

At its worst we know that flu is life threatening. Far more commonly, the sufferer only feels vile for a week or so and then recovers.


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