Working from home isn’t for everyone, but there are significant business benefits to be had, revealed Kate Upcraft at a recent seminar.
Many firms are using the economic crisis as an excuse to stop incentivising staff, but this is a fatal mistake, says Paul Bridle.
Firms should be focussed on plugging their skills gaps in order to survive the recession, says Julie Allen of Vantis.
Judith Germain of Dynamic Transitions offers advice for managers struggling with disruptive staff.
Cash might be short, but there are still lots of ways businesses can boost their staff morale and productivity during the recession, says Fiona Wilson of recruitment experts Ajilon.
Employee satisfaction is at an all-time low, so is now the time to consider motivation training, asks Stephanie Sparrow.