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Does your work environment affect your wellbeing?

For anyone tasked with improving wellbeing at their workplace, it can be difficult to know where to invest time and money. They can find themselves looking at a wide range of issues from mental health support, ergonomic desks, employee safety

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We’re attending… Be The Change Cambridge

Organised by Anne Bailey, Antony Carpen and Dr David Cleevely CBE, ‘Be the change – Cambridge’ will be one of the biggest single day community action gatherings our city has seen in recent times. The event is on Saturday 13th

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10 ways to develop managers with a ‘geek interface’

In many technical businesses, the biggest talent management challenge isn’t recruiting people with the right technical skills but having the managers with the right knowhow and who fit the culture of the organisation. Not just any managers, but managers with

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We’re at the local Junior Chamber of Commerce…

Using DISC in a sales context

Really understanding ourselves and others is key to being even more successful in business. We’re learning about a simple yet powerful tool to help us better understand people, achieve the outcomes we want and avoid the ones we don’t!

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We’re at our local CIPD event…

We’re attending this local CIPD event to hear John Macaulay, Head of Employment & Employee Benefits at Greenwoods Solicitors LLP. Hope to see you there.

During the last 12 months, we’ve seen lots of negative publicity around zero hours contracts, most notably in relation to the tribunal claim against Sports Direct. Now, the Government is consulting on whether or not these contracts do in fact abuse workers’ rights.

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Is Cambridge a location of choice for employees?

Cambridge was recently identified by the Centre for Cities as the most innovative, skilled and equal city in the UK.  Their Cities Outlook 2014 report, the authoritative economic index of the 64 largest cities and towns in the UK, and predicts

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