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How to keep remote workers engaged & motivated

With flexibility in jobs becoming more and more important to employees, remote working is on the rise. So much in fact, that it is estimated that by 2020, around 50% of the UK workforce will work remotely. ‘Flexi-time has increased by 12.35 per cent from 2012 – 2016 (ONS), and last year, the TUC found [...]

Guest Blog: Why remote working helps attract & retain top talent

Two of the most important tasks your business faces are talent acquisition and employee retention. This is because the success of your company is going to heavily depend on your ability to bring in the industry’s top talent and keep them engaged. There are many different ways you can do this. Of course, salary and [...]

Coaching culture – myth or magic?

Life Coach; Sports Coach; Business Coach, you will have met people who describe themselves as a ‘coach’. So why is it important to have a coach? Ask any competing sports person the benefits of having someone in their lives who help them perform to their absolute best to achieve optimum performance. So why shouldn’t it [...]

Are you ready for GDPR? (Infographic)

You are probably aware by now that the law on data protection is changing. Have you done anything about it yet?  From SME's, to large corporations, GDPR will affect us all from May 2018. Are you certain that your business complies with GDPR? Are you, your employees and your clients protected? With May fast approaching, [...]

Employers’ Liability Insurance

If you run a business and have someone working for you, regardless of whether they are voluntary, on contract or a temporary staff member, you are legally required to have employers’ liability insurance to protect both you and them. If you have a member of staff, you are responsible for their health and safety in the [...]

Health and Wellbeing – how is this affecting your absence rates?

Are you giving your people the support they need? Work-related sickness accounted for about 28 million lost working days in the UK last year. The biggest cause of this has been shown to be stress and mental health related issues. The environment in which individuals work has been shown to have a large impact on [...]

How To Attract Top Quality Talent [Video]

Finding and recruiting the right people is the key to running a successful business. At Triple Three Solutions we  use tried and tested methods to help you attract the right candidates - those with the right skills, or potential to hone their skills, and an attitude that fits with your organisation. But our service doesn't stop [...]

Corporate career management [video]

Businesses need to ensure employees are appropriately skilled to meet demands to improve on profit, while simultaneously reducing costs. Triple Three Solutions offers corporate-level career management, incorporating training and workshops. This helps businesses to ensure their staff have the skills they need to do the job to their fullest potential. Staff who benefit from continual [...]

Health And Safety Update – RIDDOR

Health And SafetyUpdate - RIDDOR

RIDDOR (Reporting of Injury, Disease, Dangerous Occurrence Regulations)

From 6 April 2012, the requirement to report over-three-day injuries will change to seven days. From April, you only have to report injuries that lead to a worker being incapacitated for more than seven consecutive days as the result of an occupational accident or injury (not counting the day of the accident but including weekends and rest days). This new report must be made within 15 days of the accident. (Incapacitation means that the worker is absent, or is unable to do work that they would reasonably be expected to do as part of their normal work.)

 

How networking led me to meet the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mr Mark Rutte

So when I got up on Tuesday to attend a breakfast meeting of the Bramhall Business Club http://www.bramhallbusiness.org/ at Indulgence Bramhall (a cafe/bistro in the heart of Bramhall village –if you haven’t tried the food and fantastic ice-cream yet  -you should http://www.indulgencebramhall.co.uk/.) I hadn’t deliberately planned on meeting  H.E. Mr Mark Rutte,. Prime Minister of [...]