Belief Alone That Discrimination Has Occurred is Not Enough
04 March 2019
Candidates for jobs are understandably disappointed if they are unsuccessful and often ask for reasons. From time to time a situation has arisen in which a client employer has regretted a candidate and the candidate has suggested that the decision had been based unlawfully and unjustifiably on a protected characteristic.
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Getting More Done
21 February 2019
The to do list seems to get longer, time seems to get shorter and shorter. Sometimes it feels as though you’re going around in circles. Just how do you get more done? Try one or more of these strategies and you can save hours each week.
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Lose the “To-do” List!
14 February 2019
Part of HR’s role is helping employees become more productive and more effective. One of the common complaints from employers is poor productivity. We are all busy these days and many employees struggle to manage their workload. Their “to do” lists seem to throb balefully and never gets any shorter, however hard they try.
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Eugene the World-Famous Egg Cracks
07 February 2019
Addiction is an ugly word, but research tells us that on average millennials spend more than two hours a day using their phone, checking it around 157 times. 18% of social media users can’t go more than a few hours without checking their social media platforms.
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Learning from Peers
24 January 2019
When people want to learn a skill, turning to colleagues for help is often the first thing they do. And that’s a great way to do it. Acquiring knowledge from colleagues is very well suited to the way people learn. We absorb skills and knowledge; practice by applying them; get feedback; and think about what has been learned. Learning from our colleagues encompasses all of these.
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