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  •  25/11/2021 10:37 AM

COVID-19 has kickstarted what has been coined the Great Resignation whereby millions of people in all kinds of professions are actively resigning from their jobs. One of the vital elements to achieving success and meeting business targets that is often disregarded is staff retention which is now at an all-time low.

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  •  17/11/2021 10:45 AM

Employers need to consider how they approach managing people of different ages to ensure work productivity and efficiency remains optimal at the same time as equality

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  •  04/11/2021 10:58 AM

828,000 workers are suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety which costs employers a loss of 17.9 million working days annually. This highlights the severity of the issue and how the lack of attendance has the potential to hinder the achievement of business targets.

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  •  25/10/2021 10:44 AM

Tribe HR and Recruitment Services & Tribe Energy Services have enrolled their business into the kickstart Scheme and have successfully taken on 4 young people so far: - Shaarn Disley- Account Executive at Tribe Energy Services Ltd. - Bethan McCaffrey- Digital Marketing Executive at Tribe HR and Recruitment Services Ltd. - Chloe Kerry- Office Administrator at Tribe HR and Recruitment Services Ltd.

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  •  15/10/2021 11:37 AM

o answer this question quickly, no. Nothing is more important than your well-being. However, this isn’t a blog that is going to promote quitting your job to find your-self on a journey to inner peace. In light of National Work Life Week, we aim to keep it realistic by educating you on the issue of mental well-being deterioration that results from matters like poor work-life balance with recommendations of how employers and/or employees can make a real difference.

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  •  31/07/2021 11:17 AM

Employment references is one of the most frequently asked about aspects of HR and employment. Often, the 'answers' to your questions will come from one of two camps; employers are legally obliged to provide references and employers are not. So which one is true? The blog aims to banish the myths surrounding employee references and give a detailed explanation of when you companies are obliged to give them, and the greatest statement of them all 'it is illegal to give a bad reference' will be answered.

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  •  22/07/2021 01:50 PM

As we move into our new version of normal, many are starting to feel that the pandemic we have endured is under some sort of control and we are all more than ready to move forward with our lives. Or so we thought, as the pandemic packs its bags, we seem to have filled it's space with the aptly-named PINGdemic. Here's the lowdown on what it actually means and how you can manage it in your workplace?

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  •  20/07/2021 11:32 AM

So, the day we have been waiting for has arrived. Monday 19th July 2021 was deemed Freedom Day after the UK Government released the country of all existing Coronavirus restrictions. Although the day didn't arrive with bells and whistles and seemed to roll across the country like tumbleweed. The question that isn't being answered is 'What next?'.

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  •  19/07/2021 02:07 PM

A quick search of the internet will provide you will an array of employee absence management methods and tools, but how do you know which is going to work most effectively for your business and how will you be able to use the data of your employee absences to better support your employees and better manage your absence rates?

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  •  14/07/2021 09:54 AM

Prior to the announcement that most Covid-19 restrictions will be removed in the UK from 19th July, our options for travelling abroad have increased, meaning your employees may, now be looking forward to their Summer Holidays. Different to any other year, employee holidays are going to be much different than they ever have been. This guide is available to help you manage those leaving the country and returning

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  •  02/09/2020 12:00 AM

All employers are responsible for preventing illegal working by conducting right to work checks on all of their new recruits, before employment starts. The guidance on this has recently been updated for EEA workers

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