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SMEs : Maximizing Remuneration for Competitive Advantage in Your Business

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 26/07/2023 SMEs : Maximizing Remuneration for Competitive Advantage in Your Business To gain a competitive advantage, it is crucial to optimize your remuneration strategy. A successful remuneration strategy consists of the following factors: minimizing employment costs while maximizing employee benefits, and ...
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SMEs : The Importance of Fair Remuneration in Creating an Engaged Workforce

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 26/07/2023 SMEs : The Importance of Fair Remuneration in Creating an Engaged Workforce Money is an essential aspect of our lives, despite its negative reputation. It takes care of our basic needs, allows for future planning, and provides security. In the context of employment, the amount a person is paid can ...
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Interns to Innovators: Unlocking the Potential of Placement Students in your Business

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 25/07/2023 Incorporating placement year students into your business can lead to a mutually beneficial partnership that fosters growth, learning, and innovation. Here are a few of the key benefits we experienced at Think People as a result of having Kerry Jordon, an Undergraduate at Queens University as a plac...
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Diversity & Inclusion Employee Engagement
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SMEs : Closing the Engagement Gap: Fostering Employee Happiness and Productivity in the Workplace

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 24/07/2023 SMEs : Closing the Engagement Gap: Fostering Employee Happiness and Productivity in the Workplace The Problem: Widespread Workplace Dissatisfaction and Disengagement Are employers responsible for saving us from workplace dissatisfaction and boredom? A recent survey revealed that up to 85% of employ...
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Utilizing ChatGPT Premium for Summarizing Legal Judgments

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 19/07/2023 Legal judgments seem to be growing in length, with some reaching the scale of epic novels. For instance, the 2012 Berezovsky v Abramovich case, one of the longest UK Supreme Court judgments in recent history, spanned nearly 500 pages. The rumour of the High Judge needing an oxygen tent after deliv...
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NI Employment Law In Brief: June 2023

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 06/07/2023 So how to sum up the month of June? Anniversary webinars, the continued rise of AI, the MOVEit hack and Northern Ireland slips further behind GB in employment law………………..oh, and there was a heatwave, which seemed to bring on the sunset of the Brexit Freedoms sunset clause! Grab a cuppa for a whis...
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Non-Disclosure Agreements in the UK & Ireland

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 05/07/2023 Non-Disclosure Agreements in the UK & Ireland Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) have in the last few years been hotly debated in the English-speaking world. NDAs — also referred to as ‘confidentiality clauses’ or, in a more pejorative context, ‘gagging clauses’ — are legal contracts that stipula...
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Contracts of Employment
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D&I and the Rise of the AI Machines…- Understand They’re as (Un)inclusive as we make Them

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 04/07/2023 Are you interested in learning about the intersection of diversity and inclusion (D&I) and artificial intelligence (AI)? D&I expert, Raafi Alidina, from specialist consultancy firm, Included, shares valuable insights into how to ensure that the AI machines we develop are as inclusive as we...
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Managing Workplace Affairs

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 22/06/2023 It’s fair to say a lot of people spend as much time with their colleagues as they do with their friends and family, which is why it’s no surprise that romantic relationships are so common in the workplace. There are those relationships which are out in the open, and also those which employees invol...
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Apprentices and Gambling

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 22/06/2023 Gambling has become increasingly accessible, particularly to young people who are transitioning into adulthood and may be earning their own money for the first time. For employers, this poses a potential concern as young apprentices or students on placement, who may be vulnerable to gambling harm. ...
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Employee Engagement Wellbeing