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Being a manager often means juggling between recruiting new staff and leading your current team. While there are no shortcuts when it comes to being an employer, there are ways to stay ahead of hiring and market trends. Ensure that your recruitment and management strategy is compelling with insights from Robert Half.

How building a culture of happiness can drive business performance

Workplace happiness isn’t a mythical abstract concept - it’s a tangible goal for any forward-thinking business and should be among a company’s top priorities. We’ve outlined some steps that businesses should take to create an environment where people can align their values to the culture of the company

8 ways to avoid a long recruitment process hurting you

Talented candidates are in high demand and short supply. They hold the advantage, and they don’t like to wait. Here are 8 ways ensure you don’t fall into the trap of a long recruitment process.

Is presenteeism affecting your workplace?

Presenteeism (the practice of coming to work when sick leave should be taken) may seem harmless, even commendable in its dedication to work. However, there are many hidden costs to presenteeism, and it’s important that you and your staff know how to identify and avoid it. Here are our tips.

9 steps to creating a healthy workplace in Japan

Your organisation can make a difference by creating a happier and healthy workplace. In almost every company, there is scope to improve the well-being and happiness of their staff. With that in mind, here are nine ideas to instigate change, with a view to creating a healthier workplace for your employees.

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