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Dealing with businesses that don’t care makes for an unsatisfying customer experience. But customer care is the ground where smaller businesses can beat the bigger players, hands down. Larger organisations have so many customers each one is a faceless individual,...
Providing a range of employee benefits helps differentiate your business from your competitors. Deliver these benefits via salary sacrifice and you’ll gain an additional advantage by making tax savings. But salary sacrifice schemes are not straight forward, and recent...
How to report and manage sickness in 10 easy steps is a Crosse Reference fact-sheet available for free download.
How to write a person specification is an easy ‘how to’ Crosse Reference fact-sheet available for free download.
How to write a job description is an easy to use ‘how to’ Crosse Reference fact-sheet available for free download
Download this free Crosse Reference Fact-sheet with everything you need to know about managing Shared Parental Leave
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“More companies are finding that recognition, appreciation, and human workplace practices improve overall employee experience and fuel business performance.” Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey, 2018 Research like this makes employee recognition a critical element...read more
Almost half of all working days lost during 2016 to 2017 were due to stress. As the highest reported figure in almost a decade, it’s clear that there’s a growing problem. Almost every piece of research into the causes of stress lists work as the primary factor. The...read more