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According to Dr Kai Haas from Airbus, hiring a Chief Happiness Officer is not going to single-handedly deliver employee happiness across your workforce. This interview talks about connecting happiness initiatives with the rest of your organisation.

The post Should you really hire a Chief Happiness Officer? appeared first on Blog People.

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You don’t need to rule with fear and humiliation to be a good leader. In fact, if you strive to be a more compassionate leader, you might find it works out better for you and your team. Here are three ways to start.

The post Three ways to be a more compassionate leader appeared first on Blog People.

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The first clock in out machine was invented in 1888. How things have changed since then! But which type of time tracker is right for your business?

The post Which clock in and out machine should employers use? appeared first on Blog People.

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Your co-worker threatens to quit, and so your manager gives them a raise. Even though they’re not as qualified as you. What do you do? Suzanne Lucas, AKA The Evil HR Lady, is here to find the answer.

The post Should you threaten to quit to get a raise? appeared first on Blog People.

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We need to work together to support environmental sustainability. And those of us who work in HR are no exception to this rule! Here are five things we can do at work.

The post 5 ways HR can support environmental sustainability appeared first on Blog People.

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9 out of 10 Brits admitted to dragging themselves to work even when they fell sick. But the long-hours culture might be killing all of us, from high-level executives to entry-level employees.

The post Work until you drop: how the long-hours culture is killing us appeared first on Blog People.

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