Bullying at the Home Office – Just Who Bullied Who?
25 November 2020
Over the last few years Home Secretaries (from both sides of the political divide) have commented that in many the civil servants in their department have been bent on adhering to their own agenda and not that of the elected government. Some Home Secretaries have been forced to resign over the failings of or as a result of the connivings of the department. Priti Patel is the most recent Home Secretary to tackle the issue.
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Is the End of Pandemic Pain in Sight?
18 November 2020
We’re close to getting a vaccine against Covid-19. Fantastic news. While vaccines are generally viewed as being one of the major achievements of the 20th century, not everyone agrees. What can you do to help ensure the maximum staff take-up?
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Keep Calm and Carry on Working
04 November 2020
Since March this year our daily habits and routines have been completely topsy turvey. As the autumn approaches and Covid cases are on the rise, we know we face more risk and more restrictions. We’ve got “Lockdown Lite” to get through and no doubt the next six months will prove testing and we’re left wondering how long it will last and what will come next.
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Can You Be More Productive with the Same Resources?
30 October 2020
Most businesses unquestioningly increase staff levels to cope with increasing workload. But before you do that, ask yourself: can we produce more with our existing resources? Yes, you can!
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Are You Ready for “Good Work”?
18 December 2019
In 2017 Matthew Taylor published his recommendations for the modern workplace. The report, now often abbreviated to “Good Work”, included a recommendation that workers are given a written statement of their main employment terms at an early stage.
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