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The HR Headmistress' blog
9th October 2019
Despite the perception that people today work longer hours, research suggests that most of us have more discretionary time than ever before. So why is it that we all feel so short of time?
It’s not how much “free time” away from...
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25th September 2019
The winter blues have come very early for me this year.
If I get them it’s generally in about February. But the combination of Brexit and parliamentary activities calculated to delay any proper decision, once again casting uncertainty over...
Wed 25th Sep 2019 | Tagged as:
24th July 2019
Mentoring is a system of semi-structured guidance where one person, the mentor, shares knowledge, skills and experience to assist another (the mentee) to progress in their own lives and careers. It is an important tool that we can use to develop...
Wed 24th Jul 2019 | Tagged as:
10th July 2019
One of the few inescapable facts of life is death…. But it’s the elephant in the room. We want to reach out to a bereaved colleague with such words of sympathy as we can but are wary of saying the wrong things. Often people end up...
Wed 10th Jul 2019 | Tagged as:
3rd July 2019
Although many people get excited about pay and pay-related issues (take the public sector strikes about final salary pension in the recent past) research suggests that the link between salary and job satisfaction is generally weak. The results...
Wed 3rd Jul 2019 | Tagged as:
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