Leaders Reveal They Would Have Liked More Training

Leaders Reveal They Would Have Liked More Training

We often see surveys looking at employee satisfaction and staff turnover, and one of the main complaints of many people is the quality of their manager. In fact, for teams or organisations with a good management team, productivity and morale are typically higher, while staff turnover is lower. But in many places, people don’t get into management roles because they are skilled at leading people, […]

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Employment Problems BME Workers Face Revealed

Employment Problems BME Workers Face Revealed

Now would be a good time to consider offering further training on avoiding and dealing with race discrimination in the workplace, given new research revealing the extent of the problems that black and minority ethnic (BME) people still face even today. A TUC study has found that this demographic has to deal with a wide range of issues, including abuse at work – 37 per […]

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Many Workers Still Using Incorrect Mental Health Terminology

Many Workers Still Using Incorrect Mental Health Terminology

Becoming a better listener could be key to ensuring the nature of your office environment is beneficial to the mental state among your colleagues. However, one of the biggest threats to improving awareness of mental illness could be the way in which some people are misusing mental health terminology. A study by BUPA showed that as many as half of people are misusing terms such […]

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