Business Solutions

A change in the mindset of employees, as a result of the pandemic, will further the separation between the successful companies that prioritise their people's well-being and those who fail to do so. What are the key areas that leaders need to invest in to stay ahead of the competition and retain talented staff?

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a far-reaching impact on the labour market – many employees have been looking to change roles as a result. How can businesses recruit and retain talent?

Apprenticeships can be a great way to attract talent to your business. However, as Katherine Watkins explains they are not a shortcut or an easy way to offset the costs of taking on additional staff. This article looks at the true value of setting up an apprenticeship scheme.

In business, deadlock situations arise when there is disagreement among a team, with neither party prepared to back down. What is a manager’s role in overcoming disruptive deadlock situations in the workplace?

What role does emotional intelligence play in the workplace? Alexandra Brown looks at why understanding and managing our emotions is an important skill for the world of work.

Problem solving is a day-to-day occurrence in most businesses – but how can businesses solve problems without resorting to ‘firefighting’?

With Covid restrictions beginning to lift, how can managers make the best use of offices as many of us return to the physical workplace?

Change is all around us. Whether this is as a result of the pandemic or coming from a regulatory perspective, change can be disruptive – so it’s important that firms are able to follow a structured change management approach.

A look back on the last 12 months of yet another unprecedented year for businesses and their staff.

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