Employee engagement

 

 

Struggling to retain talented staff?

Finding yourself regularly recruiting to replace leavers?

Having been through the sometimes long process of finding the right, talented employees for your business, having to replace staff that leave is not only costly but time consuming.

With the average cost of replacing an employee being around £30,000, the cost of lost productivity, vacant roles and recruitment fees can make or break small  businesses. The easiest way to avoid these costs? Retain your current staff!

Engaged and Motivated Employees = Staff Retention

April 2017 - Key Employment Law Changes

Employment Law Updates can have a big impact on your business - do you know which ones affect you?

Take a look at the April 2017 key changes for businesses.

 

Employee Engagement Action Plan

Using data from your engagement survey an action plan can be put in place.

From reviewing communication methods to developing an employee forum, the plan will set out your actions over the next 12 months.

Improving Sales through Communication

Have you ever met one of those people who seem to just get on with everyone?


Waiters love them, babies smile at them and even parking attendants don’t seem so bad in their company?

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