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Collaborative Employment - Beyond the bounds of Direct Employment

    The people working for you are your company. The more you care about them and show them you care, the more they will care about their work. This caring attitude will also translate through to your employees’ dealings with customers...
Having an engaged workforce that feels rewarded and valued is a priority for every organisation. Supporting that workforce, now and in the future, is the key to remaining viable. Clive Bolton, managing director, retirement solutions at Aviva, has said: “It’s clear...
In an increasingly competitive job market, it’s vital that businesses Recruit the Best and Retain Key Performers. Did You Know?     Research by Canada Life Group showed that 26% of UK employees don’t receive workplace benefits and are missing out in...
  In times of uncertainty, cost reduction and effective risk management remain key imperatives, given the ever-changing and increasing burden of regulatory compliance. Business is loaded with risky regulatory compliance challenges. And as business needs and regulatory priorities change, managing compliance...
You want the best employees working for your company. Recruiting and retaining the best, is essential, since they are the drivers for your profitability. At the same time, you need to look into your employment relationship, and make sure that...
  EXPLORE A NEW BREED SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL for HARNESSING EFFICIENCIES IN THE NEW-ERA-OF-WORKPLACE Improve the performance of your employees and your entire business. Focus your people on what matters and keep everyone engaged and accountable. Unleash new potential across...
  Companies are using temporary employees more than ever before, as they provide a valuable, timely and cost-effective solution for businesses both large and small. As this trend continues to grow, which has forced employers to take a closer look at employment...
  Employees like to be a part of something great. And companies who get familiar with the wealth of benefits the co-employment relationship has to offer, don’t  miss the opportunity to have a partner that helps them contain and control business...
In an interview with the CIPD, Professor Lord Richard Layard of the LSE asks why wellbeing matters - for individuals and society. According to CIPD, work should do more than meet our basic financial needs and contribute to economic growth;...
According to Lisa Bauer, an employment and HR compliance expert business owners often think of an HR shared services provider as someone to handle payroll, benefits, and HR-related government compliance issues and updating policies due to changing HR-related government...
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