May 29, 2019

Are all HR professionals incompetent?

A lot of employees believe HR professionals are incompetent. Many say that their HR team is untrained and uneducated, and lacks the knowledge to get their job done. This article explores the question of whether incompetence really is a key trait of the HR profession.

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May 22, 2019

Engaged employees perform better and stick around longer

In 2019, ADP Research Institute surveyed nearly 20,000 employees across the world, to find out more about employee engagement. It turns out that engaged employees perform better and stick around for longer.

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May 15, 2019

Where to start when making reasonable adjustments at work

When it comes to making reasonable adjustments at work, you shouldn’t simply wait until an employee with a disability approaches you, and asks for help. As an employer, you have a responsibility to take pro-active action. Employment lawyer Steven Azizi has some tips to help you get started.

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May 8, 2019

Avoiding discrimination against mental health at work

In this video, Employment Law specialist, Jay Bhiyani, talks about discrimination against mental health at work. She explains some of the policies and procedures that can help to protect you against lawsuits, while providing a better working environment.

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May 7, 2019

Changing the narrative on mental health in the workplace

Ex-mental health nurse, Stacy Thomson, shares her professional expertise on how the phrase ‘mental health’ applies to more than just the mentally ill – and how we can all help to change the narrative on mental health in the workplace.

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