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The HR Headmistress' blog
8th July 2020
As a manager you’re expected to do what you reasonably can to support and help your team members. But you’re not required to provide endless emotional support for people who struggle to meet their own needs. The best approach is to...
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10th June 2020
Business is slowly getting going again after the lockdown period. Employers must now ensure that their staff can work safely.
A client sent me an email from a firm of solicitors headed: If A Staff Member Catches Covid-19 Employers Could Face...
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3rd June 2020
Many people shy away from being uncomfortable and respond to the challenge of the new and possibly difficult by becoming fearful and stressed. You might think that’s quite a sensible and normal response, but in fact it’s the opposite....
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27th May 2020
While some employers have been able to work in whole or in part during the lockdown period, many people are only returning to work now. Many of my clients are finding that far from wanting to get back to work, some of their employees are very...
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13th May 2020
Six weeks ago, many of us had barely heard of Zoom. Now it’s a way of life. And already we’re tired of it. Or perhaps more accurately, we’re finding we’re getting more tired at the end of the working day because...
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