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  • New: The festivities are finished and reluctantly back to work we go, having scraped the early-morning ice off our cars and battled our way through the daily commute. The first few days back after the holidays are often pretty unproductive. It takes time for people to slowly grind their brain back into gear and remember what on earth …
  • Old: The festivities are finished and reluctantly back to work we go, having scraped the early-morning ice off our cars and battled our way through the daily commute. The first few days back in the office after the holidays are often pretty unproductive. It takes time for people to slowly grind their brain back into gear and …

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  • New: This year the Cezanne HR Blog covered everything from Brexit and HR success to performance reviews and flexible working.
  • Old: While many of us are closing up shop until 2017, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t still be preparing for the year to come. Here are a few of our most viewed blogs from 2016 – covering everything from success in HR and Brexit, to performance reviews and flexible working.     1. Are you considering …

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  • How to Manage Your Way Through Ambiguity

    It can be very difficult to manage your people, when you aren’t sure yourself what’s going on, or even when an outcome could come to light. Especially after the Brexit vote, HR teams have been realising that they need to make the most out of unknown situations. Here are our tips on how to manage through ambiguity.

  • How to win approval for a new HR software

    Even though we know technology can play a huge role in helping HR become a more effective business partner, it is often hard to get a new HR system signed off on by the board. Here are our tips on how to present potential HR software systems to win approval in 2016.

  • How to Avoid Christmas Leave Conflict

    Santa is coming, and so is the avalanche of December absence requests. We all wish that we could have an extra two weeks of paid holiday around the fastive season, but for most companies, that isn’t an option. Instead, here are five ways to deal with the strain and difficult conversations that can come with holiday clash conflicts. To read more, head over to our blog: cezannehr.com/hr-blog/

  • Evaluating HR software? Six key questions you should be asking vendors

    The HR software market is a crowded and confusing one—and if you haven’t looked for awhile, you will find there have been many significant changes to both what’s on offer and how it’s delivered. So, what are the questions you should ask to ensure a new HR software system delivers what you need and provides the best value?

  • Top Ten Tech Terms

    Here are the top ten tech terms you need to know when evaluating HR software systems.

  • What Your Employees Expect From HR Software

    HR professionals have a huge amount to gain from adopting the latest HR technology, but what are your employees expecting to get out of it?

  • Five steps to better performance

    What is the impact of investing in your people? Recognising and rewarding good employee performance can improve your workforce.

  • How to bring new recruits up to speed... fast!

    In a lively employment market, and at a time when skills shortages are becoming a real issue, employers need to make sure they keep hold of their best talent. But research suggests that many businesses are finding it challenging to hang on to their Gen Y employees for any substantial length of time. So what can employers do to get new people up to speed and fully productive as quickly as possibl...

  • Dealing with Difficult Conversations

    A recent report from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) found that the trickiest conversations we face in our lives are generally at work—more so than our personal lives. When asked what they find hardest to talk about, a conversation about one’s pay received 16% more votes than terminating a romantic relationship.

  • How to make performance management more meaningful

    What can employers do to make sure their appraisal system is meaningful for your people - as well as effectual for the business?

  • How to tap into global talent

    If going global is a priority for your business, what can you as an employer do to ensure you get the right talent, in the right place, at the right time?

  • Why taking holidays makes business sense

    As an employer, if you’re understaffed, or up against tight deadlines, it’s tempting to breathe a quiet sigh of relief when employees seem reluctant to take holiday. But the reality is that people who are stressed and exhausted are unlikely to be performing at peak – and indeed may even make poor or costly decisions or mistakes. While you can’t forcibly march people out of the door, it is import...

  • Five steps to engaging a global workforce

    If you are working with a global team, or planning to expand overseas, how can you make best use of these systems to keep people up-to-date, involved and engaged?

  • Make the most of your internal talent – grow your own!

    Instead of automatically looking to hire externally when they are expanding or need new skills, companies could make more efforts to ‘grow’ the talent they already have in-house. If your business is struggling with a skills ‘emergency’ and wants to strike a better balance between external hiring and internal development, here are some questions you need to ask...

  • Making the most of your older workers

    If organisations want to avoid the risk of being outbid in the battle to recruit from a smaller pool of younger talent, they need to look to the older generation for stability. So what actions can you as a business take to adapt to the changing workforce demographics and realise the potential of valuable older workers?

  • Selecting the right HR system for your organisation

    If you’re at the beginning of your search for an HR system, here are some key questions to ask that will help you to build a short-list that reflects the individual needs of your organisation.

  • Keeping holiday stress at bay... how managers can help

    A poll of more than 1,000 UK workers has revealed that rather than relishing the arrival of the summer season, nearly three-quarters of workers actually find the lead-up to their holidays highly stressful – with some even admitting to returning to work more stressed than they left. So how can employers strike the right balance between encouraging people to make the most of their annual leave whi...

  • What is really behind absence levels in your team?

    Nearly half of the 500 workers questioned for the research said they had considered faking illness in order to get time off work – with one in 14 confessing to have done it three or more times. Young people were more likely to pull sickies than their older colleagues, while women were only marginally more likely than men to have used illness as an excuse for not going to work.

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