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[Podcast] Menopause in the Workplace

Posted in: HR Updates on 05/11/2019 World Menopause Day was observed on the 18th October and in this latest Podcast with Clarendon Executive, Mairead Regan and Hugh McPoland discuss how the symptoms of menopause can impact on work performance and outline what employers can do to help support women who are undergoing this life change....
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Tools and Tips for Presenting and facilitating Impactful Sessions

Posted in: HR Updates on 23/10/2019 Presentation and facilitation skills are an essential talent to master for many different situations. It doesn’t matter if it is for business updates, learning sessions, meetings, conferences or the dreaded best man speech, some principles and good habits can be learned and best be followed. In th...
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How to spot if your employees are disengaged

Posted in: HR Updates on 15/10/2019 Engagement levels globally and in the UK in particular, are chronically low with as many as 92% being disengaged on some level whether that be ‘not engaged’ or ‘actively disengaged’. With these levels being so high it means the likelihood is you will be employing a least one person who isn’t delive...
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Why Redundancy Was The Best Thing That Happened To Me

Posted in: HR Updates on 14/10/2019 In this month’s very uplifting article, Olga Pollock, HR Manager at firmus energy, discusses her personal experiences of redundancy. The recent demise of Thomas Cook and Wrightbus has left thousands suddenly faced with an uncertain future. I personally have faced redundancy twice during my working ...
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The Candidate Experience

Posted in: HR Updates on 03/10/2019 The pressure is on for employers. As record numbers of jobs are created and companies struggle to fill open roles, the job seeker is increasingly in the driving seat. In a tough talent market, successful businesses understand that to stand out from the competition it’s not enough to simply move can...
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Recruitment and Selection
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Are your employees on the right contracts?

Posted in: HR Updates on 17/09/2019 As employment relationships evolve, it can be difficult for Employers to determine employment relationships within their Organisations. Nevertheless, Employers have a responsibility to ensure the employment contract accurately reflects the relationship between the two parties. In this article, Lau...
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Conscious of Unconscious Bias in The Workplace

Posted in: HR Updates on 04/09/2019 Whether we recognise it or not, everyone brings some form of bias into the workplace, but tackling unconscious bias – that which we are unaware of - is particularly tricky as it’s neither visible nor deliberate. Claire McKee from Clarendon Executive looks at how unconscious bias goes much deeper th...
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Employee Engagement; where to start?

Posted in: HR Updates on 03/09/2019 In this month’s article Olga Pollock, HR Manager at Firmus Energy, discusses the Employee Engagement journey – commencing with setting the objective for engagement and outlining methods to achieving this. Organisations have different approaches to employee engagement. Some are at the forefront of...
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Change Management & Restructuring – Who Is Supporting The Leaders?

Posted in: HR Updates on 22/08/2019 It can be lonely at the top - particularly during a change management and restructuring process. Paolo Ruoppolo, Senior Consultant with Think People Consulting discusses the key attributes leaders need to push forward change management programmes, and outlines the support needed to help maintain t...
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Who is in your boat?

Posted in: HR Updates on 20/08/2019 Claire Loftus from Evolve outlines a continuum of engagement amongst employees ranging from those who are highly disengaged to those who are highly engaged, and discusses what effect each type has on your organisation. Employee Engagement on a basic level is the effort that employees put into work...
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