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Dress Codes and Heat Waves

Posted in: HR Updates on 17/07/2019 As I was driving home from work on a hot Friday in June, I was listening to a radio discussion around acceptable clothing during heatwaves both at work and in public. The focus was on what was, and was not acceptable, and the general agreement seemed to be that regarding work attire, it all depende...
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Once disciplined, is it truly forgotten?

Posted in: HR Updates on 25/06/2019 A recent Tribunal case highlights the importance of following disciplinary procedures and looking at the validity of a previous final written warning. In this article Victoria Smith looks at the details of the case and what employers can learn from it. Beattie v Condorrat War Memorial and Social Cl...
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How to get the best out of a resignation

Posted in: HR Updates on 10/06/2019 I remember years ago a manager telling me that he never knew how to handle an employee's resignation; should he congratulate the person or not, given that they have decided to leave the organisation and go elsewhere? Of course, the reasons employees leave their job are endless and sometimes it can ...
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HR Matters NI
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Making A Success of Succession Planning

Posted in: HR Updates on 04/06/2019 Succession planning is as important for risk mitigation as it is for talent development. Why then are so many businesses, large and small, ill-prepared when it comes to addressing their future leadership needs? Joanne McAuley from Clarendon Executive looks at some of the considerations for HR profe...
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HR Matters NI
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Is Remote Working Bad for Us?

Posted in: HR Updates on 14/05/2019 I have enjoyed working from home on occasion during my working life. I tend to be more productive, away from the daily distractions of the office and seem to sail through my to do list much more efficiently. There's the added bonus of being close to my children's school for drop offs and collection...
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[Podcast] Employer brand – How important is it?

Posted in: HR Updates on 10/05/2019 In the third instalment Hugh and Mairéad discuss how we can use Employer Brand to our advantage, just how important it is and what it can mean for your organisation to improve your employer brand. Transcript Interviewer: Welcome to HR Bitesize Podcast, in conversation with Mairead Regan and Hugh M...
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[Podcast] Authentic Selection in Executive Recruitment

Posted in: HR Updates on 10/05/2019 In this second instalment Hugh and Mairéad discuss how we can ensure authentic selection in recruitment but particularly in senior executive level positions. Transcript Interviewer: Welcome to HR Bitesize podcast. In conversation with Mairead Regan and Hugh McPoland from Clarendon Executive. Clar...
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[Podcast] Stepping Up - Careers advice for busy HR Managers

Posted in: HR Updates on 10/05/2019 The first series of the HR bite-size podcast is brought to you by Legal Island in association with Clarendon Executive. Clarendon Executive works with companies across NI to help maximise their leadership capabilities across all aspects of the employment life cycle from executive search through to ...
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How to Harness the Power of Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment

Posted in: HR Updates on 07/05/2019 Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become the buzzword for modern day business and indeed life. We have all witnessed AI increasingly disrupt industries – bookshops replaced by Amazon, music stores replaced by Spotify and the transport sector transformed by Uber. As it becomes more accessible, AI has...
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Recruitment and Selection
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Normalising the Normal: Sensitively Approaching Menopause in the Workplace

Posted in: HR Updates on 07/05/2019 It is not an illness nor a medical condition but a natural stage of life all women will experience, yet menopause remains a considerably taboo subject in the workplace. This is due to not only a lack of understanding around menopause but a notable lack of support from employers wherein women do not...
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Health and Safety