Life At Work

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Dealing with Change at Work

  | James Innes

Change in the workplace is inevitable for a variety of often essential and unavoidable reasons. ...

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Stress in the Workplace

  | James Innes

Over the past decade, stress has become arguably one of the most common causes of absence from work often leading to long-term absence or even resignation or redundancy on health grounds....

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Improving Job Satisfaction

  | James Innes

Being unhappy in your job can have a devastating effect not only on your performance at work but also on your personal life....

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Work-Life Balance

  | James Innes

There's an old joke that when it comes to addressing your work-life balance you first need to review your list of priorities...

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Working Relationships

  | James Innes

There are many working relationships which exist within an organisation and how effective these relationships are can play a significant role in dictating the overall effectiveness of the business. ...

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Assertiveness

  | James Innes

In the majority of working environments, there are people who are naturally dominant and those who are more submissive. Generally, the difference between these two types of people is their level of self-confidence....

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Performance Appraisals

  | James Innes

The thought of a forthcoming annual performance appraisal is enough to send shivers down the spine of even the most hardened professional....

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Remote Working

  | James Innes

Working from home has always been seen as the ideal way to achieve the perfect work-life balance and in 2002 the UK Government appeared to recognise this by introducing the Employment Act....

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How to Negotiate a Better Salary

  | James Innes

Salary negotiations are often entered into when you are applying for a new job, and can be one of the most difficult stages of the interview process. Here are some tips that could help you along the way....

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