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How to manage your remote staff

Steve Duignan, VP of international marketing at LogMeIn, talks about the pressure remote staff face to look productive and shares some tips on how bosses can manage them. In an attempt to keep staff sufficiently engaged and motivated, businesses today offer all sorts of perks, ranging from flexible working hours to free meals and annual The post How to manage your remote staff appeared first on Small Business.

Invisible illnesses: how you can help your employees

Workplaces are taking greater steps to support employees with conditions relating to physical and mental health. However, many employees with invisible illnesses like diabetes still face problems at work. Sophie Ainsworth is the founder of Raising Awareness of Invisible Illnesses in Schools and Education (RAiISE). Here, she shares what employers can do to help staff The post Invisible illnesses: how you can help your employees appeared first on Small Business.

Work-life balance: the pros and cons of mixing business and family

Achieving a work-life balance is one of those universal, elusive goals – we all want it, but few of us feel we have it. Being able to switch off and separate your work and your personal life is an act that many find hard to turn from theory into practice, especially those who own their The post Work-life balance: the pros and cons of mixing business and family appeared first on Small Business.

Onboarding tips: how to help new employees settle in

At the heart of every business are the people it employs – this is why onboarding is so important. However, every entrepreneur knows that despite it being an extremely exciting time, recruitment can also be stressful and expensive. Finding someone that suits your culture and ethos is sometimes hard. That’s why when you do decide you’ve The post Onboarding tips: how to help new employees settle in appeared first on Small Business.

Political leaning is the forgotten demographic of workplace diversity

Whenever you’re asked about yourself on a diversity monitoring form, you’ll see the same checks: age, sex, ethnicity, sexuality, religion. You’re rarely asked anything about your political leaning when applying for a job. I find that odd. I just feel like other demographics are often so well addressed, especially in working environments. Politics is a The post Political leaning is the forgotten demographic of workplace diversity appeared first on Small Business.

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