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When you talk about flexible working many businesses just think about employees all asking for part time hours and what a hassle it will become trying to manage everyone. Happily, some businesses are now seeing that flexible working is more than just what is set out in legislation, it is about offering different options of

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Here at KJHR Consulting we work with lots of companies to help them support health and wellbeing in their workplaces. This may be through looking at what they currently do and how we can improve it, or helping business owners introduce health and wellbeing programs into the workplace. Research shows that just 8% of organisations

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Workplace stress and mental wellbeing are two things that are being spoken about lost in recent years while companies work hard to reduce workplace stress in their employees and encourage mental wellbeing.  Many business owners are looking to flexible working for their employees as this enables them to work at their optimum times. In every

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Some of us have heard and even used the quote that Teamwork Makes The Dream Work or that TEAM stands for Together Everyone Achieves More – but what are the actual benefits of teamwork in a workplace? Good Teamwork Boosts Productivity When a team work together they can share the workload between them with different

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We understand that working from home may not be an ideal or even viable option for every person within your business, but for some businesses flexible working could be an excellent option that offers real benefits to both the employer and employee. We believe that flexible is not just a trend and it is definitely

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You may have situations over Christmas and the coming Winter months where employees cannot make it into work as planned, how do you deal with these unplanned absences and are you ready for them in advance. The unplanned absences might be due to bad weather or due to strike action that has impacted their journey and

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Research from The Telegraph shows us that 21% of workers have pledged to leave their employer in 2016, with 54% of British workers wanting a change in career rising to 73% when talking to 25 – 34 year olds. But why do people want to leave their job and what do they really want when

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As a manager or business owner how far do you go to keep your team happy? Whether it is your only employee or if it is a long standing valued team member, how many times do they ask for more – whether it is a slight change their hours or an extra days holiday –

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