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10 ways to create a productive and loyal workforce

This follows on from our article titled ‘What employees want from their working environment to perform well and be motivated’. Read the article here Simple ways to create a good working environment and a productive workforce Provide good natural light, good artificial lighting or at least a window Catering facilities, if this is not available then arrange for a sandwich van to come at a Read More

What creates a productive and happy working environment ?- Get ideas and the latest survey results

What employees really want from their working environment – read the survey and results here Companies such as Google and Capital One have invested in sleeping nooks, basketball courts, pool tables and slides to create what they feel is the ideal working environment. Is this what the general workforce wants? In a recent survey of 1,100 UK workers by CartridgePeople.com only 7% of UK workers wanted a sleeping pod and only 8% Read More
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Assertive people are more effective and successful - take this free test

Assertive people are respected by people, happier and get more achieved. Do you sometimes feel you are put on, accept things you do not agree with or feel that people are not being fair? If so you may need to become more assertive.  Take this 10 minute test to assess your assertiveness style and score. This will help you determine if you could develop some assertiveness skills to help you achieve your objectives and in some cases Read More

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