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HR Advice: How to deal with under-performing employees

Unmotivated and disengaged employees can damage your business in the long run. By lessening morale and productivity, under-performing staff can have a detrimental effect on your team. However, there is often an underlying reason for a dip in motivation. In this blog, Triple Three Solutions want to give some advice on how to find fair [...]

Would you drive a car without proper insurance?

You may think you are covered until you read the small print; or you may decide to run the risk of breaking the law by not getting any cover in the first place. I’m sure the latter isn’t you – but the former may be. We all make decisions based on what the internet says [...]

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2018 (& infographic)

We’ve come a long way since Emmeline Pankhurst, together with her fellow suffragettes, fought; suffered hardship; and even died in the pursuit of women’s rights 100 years ago this year. It’s apt therefore, as we celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) this Thursday, 8th March, to explore continuing inequalities in the workplace as well as to [...]

Minimum Wage Increases To £6.50 From October 2014

The government has confirmed its plans to increase minimum wage to £6.50 in October 2014. This is the largest increase in minimum wage since 2008 and will be welcomed by low paid workers. The new minimum wage increases come into effect on the 1st of October 2014, and are detailed as follows: 19p (3 per [...]