Absence Management

We're pleased to feature this blog from Rehab Clinics Group all about alcoholism in the workplace by John Gillen. If this raises any concerns, please get in touch with the Cluer HR team here.  You may have suspicions that your workplace has some potential alcohol problems. This may be because...

Staff sickness is unavoidable however, it can be costly to your business. As an employer it's beneficial to understand why your absence rate is high, and how to improve managing staff absence and sickness. Generating happy, motivated employees is the main goal and one which...

A firmly established, strong company culture begins with the business’s core values. The extent to which these are practised by you and your employees is an important indicator of whether or not your company is reflective of these values. There’s a strong link between employee satisfaction and a strong...

Creating a positive workplace environment results in happy employees, who ultimately, are more productive and feel motivated to produce their best work. If your workers are turning up with a negative attitude or are falling behind with work, then you’ll know that a change is...

Image Credit: Seattle Municipal Archives; Santa in Council Chambers; 1977 As the Christmas season draws closer, workload isn’t the only thing that’s sky-high. Research shows that during this time, absenteeism rates dramatically increase due to the fun events and activities that occur during December. Although Christmas...

Picture Credit: My Seat In Office No Windows; Roy HS NG Poor management can have a long-lasting negative effect on a business and ultimately, its profitability. A lack of leadership and managerial skills impacts the workforce and below, we’ve mentioned a few of the most detrimental: Reduced Productivity If...

Image: Flickr Commons: NIH History Office "Carmen Cold" Taken around 1950 A Guest blog from Hands on at Work workplace massage therapies We all have such busy working lives these days that if the stresses and challenges of work are not managed properly (both professionally and personally)...