There are a number of disputes that arise between employees and employers regarding hospital and doctor’s appointments. Understanding your rights is important in order to best avoid or solve any issues. Have a read of where you stand when it comes to medical appointments.
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Handling employee lateness and absence can put an employer in a difficult place. Knowing the best way to manage and resolve the issue is essential to avoid it progressing to drastic measures. Have a look at our thoughts below.
Managing your time effectively so that you are not rushing around at the last minute to tie loose ends is essential to having a stress-free day at work. There are certain things you can do to help your day run smoothly and make sure you get the most out of it.
It can be easy to lack confidence in your own working abilities, particularly when you start a new job or have a new role. Improving your own self esteem can benefit your working environment and help motivate you throughout your day at work and even beyond the office.
First days at work can be the source of a lot of worry but being prepared and remaining positive can help you have a successful start to a new job…
There are two types of stress: the good type, which makes you excited and motivated to work, and the bad type; the one that makes you worry and uncomfortable. Unfortunately, for many workers, it’s the latter that they find themselves suffering with on a day to day basis.
The workplace environment is an odd one. You’re put in a place with people you may or may not share interests with, and then spend more time there than anywhere else. And while that can be fun, it can bring up a few difficulties too.
Employee morale is a vital component to business success. If your employees drag their feet into work feeling unmotivated, they aren’t going to perform at their best, and that means the business will suffer. There’s a higher risk of conflict too. So what can you do, as their leader, to improve team morale?