There are few things more important in your business than your employees. These are the people that connect with your customers, facilitate sales, and keep your organization running smoothly. Yet, for some reason, there are still many companies that fail to
Regular employee feedback can really help drive engagement. That shouldn’t come as much of a shock to you, particularly if you read this blog from time to time. Feedback helps your employees to better understand their roles and eliminate barriers
Needless to say, companies are going through a lot of changes in 2020. Between sudden interruptions to work, transitions to work-from-home conditions, and in some cases the loss of business or employees, there has been a lot to adjust to.
Let’s say you found a new café that served the best coffee you’d ever had. You’d tell your friends about it, go there on dates, or use it for schmoozing clients right? This is an example of consumer/brand advocacy, which is
SPOILER ALERT #1: Starting a new job can be a nerve-wracking experience. Even if a new hire has experience with the role, it can, and likely will, take some time for them to settle in and get used to their new
When openings appear at the higher levels of an organisation, it often makes sense to promote from within. After all, there are bound to be plenty of ambitious employees eyeing up that vacant spot. But even when a new job title
This article is a follow on from our recent piece looking at top performance review tips for managers. As a regular reader of this blog, you’ll know that at Weekly10, we aren’t big believers in the traditional approach to performance reviews.
Communicating via Teams has proven absolutely vital for our business during lockdown, and we know the same is true for many of you, with over 80 million downloads of Teams already this year. And with a great system for communication comes