A cyber security attack occurs when criminals get unauthorised access to an organisation's IT systems. It can lead to business owners and employees being locked out of computers and important company information being stolen.
How new technologies could help build your business
January 2022 | Blog post
A 2021 study by Hitachi Capital reveals that 76% of UK small businesses have used tech to boost their business in the last year. Improvements have been seen in cost cutting, increased output and streamlining customer service.
Gone are the days of having to manage your company’s finances with complicated spreadsheets or even paper ledgers. Smart technology is streamlining processes and improving the live data businesses have access to.
For a business to succeed, employees need to feel supported and motivated to reach their targets. But how do you know if your management approach is succeeding? Chances are, your staff aren’t forthcoming with feedback.
Town hall meetings, where you bring all your employees together for an open discussion, can be valuable for refocusing staff, supporting employee morale and sharing information – but are they working for you?
How employers can conduct effective performance appraisals for employees
October 2021 | Blog post
Staff appraisals can seem like a chore for managers and employees. However, as a business grows, monitoring the performance of your workforce is crucial. Read on for tips on how employers can conduct effective performance appraisals that benefit everyone in the business.
How to make improvements to your recruitment strategy
October 2021 | Blog post
When your business is growing, recruitment can feel like it sucks your time away. That’s why leaders need to develop a recruitment strategy that enables them to attract – and retain – a talented workforce.
It's easier to create social media content when you're on the move. Sharing pictures from team meetings, when you see interesting products or meet customers is easier than scheduling content at your desk.
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