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How to handle difficult employees in the workplace

An important skill in management is handling people who are difficult. It’s possible to do so skilfully and achieve a harmonious result but let’s face it, by its very nature the situation is not easy, and it’s a rare manager or boss or HR practitioner who finds it enjoyable.

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Does your workforce earn a living?

Are your employees worried about making ends meet? If they are, so what?

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Employee Benefits

Once seen as a way of rewarding staff or, going further back, as dutiful provisions by paternal employers, employee benefits are widely varied and can make a big difference in retaining the services of key people.

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Working in a Ghost Town?

There’s a new phenomenon reported in the CIPD’s People Management magazine: ghosting. Do you know what it is?

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Harassment Reporting Apps and HR

Workplace harassment is a hot topic, particularly since the #MeToo movement. Can harassment reporting apps help stamp it out?

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Talent Management in SMEs

Often seen as a concern of large, corporate organisations, talent management is equally important to SMEs, potentially the difference between a struggling and a thriving business.

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Part-time rights in the workplace

Does working a part-time job make you feel like a second class citizen?

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When will HR be artificially intelligent?

Recent news articles from The Guardian, Business Insider and CNBC, among others, are predicting that artificial intelligence will create more jobs for people than it takes away (though probably not the same jobs, nor for the same people).

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Employing foreign workers in the UK

For citizens from elsewhere in the world, the UK operates a points-based system that categorises workers into five tiers.

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Support your ‘always-on’ workforce

Remember when a full-time job was 40 hours a week? It may still say “40” in the contract but in reality, most full-timers are putting in more than that.

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