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Bridging employee wellbeing health and productivity: Willis Employment Services

Bridging employee wellbeing health and productivity: Willis Employment Services

| August 2, 2018

Colin Willis, Employee Benefits Director Willis Employment Services, explains the importance of closing the gap between the wellbeing of employees and organisational productivity. Bridging health and productivity within an organisation is essential in ensuring a healthy and successful workforce. Therefore, many companies are working to create and implement wellbeing programmes to help their employees maintain […]

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5 Ways to Boost Office Efficiency

5 Ways to Boost Office Efficiency

| July 16, 2018

We all want to get the most from our employees. There are plenty of bombastic perks out there to motivate your team, but sometimes it is the simple things that can increase productivity and get everyone working more efficiently. If you’re looking for ideas to give everyone a boost, here are some to try out […]

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Top 5 workplace benefits and how they affect staff morale

Top 5 workplace benefits and how they affect staff morale

| July 10, 2018

Employee morale is based on the views and opinions of those people who work for you, how they feel about the environment in which they work in and their overall level of satisfaction. It has a huge effect on engagement, productivity and retention. With high levels of morale throughout a workforce, satisfaction will rise but […]

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5 Ways to implement learning at work

5 Ways to implement learning at work

| June 27, 2018

To show up every day being the best version of yourself is a journey of ongoing improvement, marginal gains which you achieve every day, says Royston Guest. Asking the questions; what have I learnt new today? Or more specifically, what have I learnt new today which is going to help me to be even better […]

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What are the barriers to female entrepreneurship in Northern Ireland

What are the barriers to female entrepreneurship in Northern Ireland

| June 25, 2018

In the third event of a series addressing issues around female entrepreneurship, Ulster University Professors Joan Ballantine and Pauric McGowan organized a full day conference at the MAC in Belfast to present five pieces of research and an expert panel discussion on the issue. Policymakers in developed economies are keen to accelerate growth by stimulating […]

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Spring Clean your Mind – how to make goals and boost your focus

Spring Clean your Mind – how to make goals and boost your focus

| May 23, 2018

Where do you want to be by the end of this year, both personally and professionally? What about in five or ten years? Or perhaps by the time of your next milestone birthday?, asks Royston Guest, CEO of Pti-Worldwide Wherever that is; whatever you want to achieve; your success is inherently based on actively working […]

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Northern Ireland 40 under 40 List 2018

Northern Ireland 40 under 40 List 2018

| April 20, 2018

We had almost 100 nominees for this year’s Northern Ireland 40 under 40 List 2018, so the competition was fierce to find our final 40. Thanks to our judges from MB McCgardy, Ulster University Business School, Institute of Directors and 4c Executive, we managed to narrow it down to the final list. Now you can find […]

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Avoiding the Nightmares of Networking

Avoiding the Nightmares of Networking

| April 5, 2018

Most people seem to hate networking. That may strike you as surprising, given how often confidence and charisma seem to be necessary traits in a businessperson, but in my many years as a presentation coach, I have seen it. And statistics have found that a huge 84% of people prefer remote meetings to networking face-to-face, […]

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NI Women and the Vote: 100 years on…

NI Women and the Vote: 100 years on…

| March 7, 2018

by Roseann Kelly, Women in Business Northern Ireland Angela Merkel, Theresa May, Nicola Sturgeon, Arlene Foster and Michelle O’ Neill – the first five party leaders in Northern Ireland and across the UK who came to mind as I contemplated female suffrage in the United Kingdom in this, its centenary year. The list can, of […]

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Avoiding the Nightmares of Networking

Avoiding the Nightmares of Networking

| March 1, 2018

by Simon de Cintra  Most people seem to hate networking. That may strike you as surprising, given how often confidence and charisma seem to be necessary traits in a businessperson, but in my many years as a presentation coach, I have seen it. And statistics have found that a huge 84% of people prefer remote […]

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