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Recruitment survey bring welcome news to recent graduates, especially those who may be struggling to find their ideal role. Recently, we surveyed over 100 CEOs and Managers across small and large businesses, to find out what issues they faced when recruiting new staff. The results showed that 69% of businesses struggle to some extend when recruiting and there is a wide range of reasons why. While recruiters face challenges in filling empty roles, graduates face
Previously referred to as Industrial Relations, Employee Relations is a practise which focusses on both the individual and collective relationships in the workplace. The practise focusses on managers, training and supporting them to nurture trust-based relationships with their teams. In doing so, the intention is to generate a positive work culture which improves the overall productivity and output of a business, as well as it benefits the employees personal well-being. As Employee relations specialists, our
Creating a Basic Employment Contract – Main Terms & Conditions Required
At its core, the employment relationship is a legal one and it is critical that it is properly defined. While legislation specifies certain requirements, each company will have requirements which need to be codified in a contract of employment whether it is protecting intellectual property, health and safety, management of commercial information at the end of an employment relationship, the terms of a trial/ probation period etc. A basic contract of employment is the legal foundation of the relationship
  When it comes to the list of challenges faced by businesses big or small, old or new; recruiting new staff is always up there at the top of that list. In order to best advise our customers, we wanted to know if the challenges in recruiting are the same as they always have been, and if they differ for large enterprises compared to SMEs. We conducted a survey simply asking 100 CEOs and Managers
HR Policies for SMEs: Creating an Employee Handbook
It goes by many names: a staff handbook, an employee guide, a policies and procedures manual. But does your business really need one? And if so, what should a good one look like? An employee handbook is made up of a range of HR Policies and Procedures, and a HR Policy: Sets out how the Organisation intends to address issues related to employee relations; Puts in place best practice procedures for compliance with the law Provides

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