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From work-life balance and office culture to accountability and benefits, these tips will help inform your talent retention strategy.
With a quarter of a million more people working from home than a decade ago, responsible employers need to ensure that the wellbeing of their remote workforce is taken care of. And although the common perception of home-working is one of lazily wandering downstairs to work in pyjamas in front of the TV, the reality is often very different. In an increasingly ‘always on’ global culture, remote workers – particularly those in senior and leadership positions – are in danger of being constantly on call and burning out.
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Staff retention in hospitality is among the poorest of any sector. Here, we reveal what hospitality businesses can do to address the issue.
The best leaders aren’t those who excel in a particular area; you don’t need to be an engineer to run an engineering company, or a fashion designer to run a chain of successful high-street clothing stores. Similarly, you may be the world’s most talented inventor but struggle to get even the most basic business off the ground.