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WorkInConfidence
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Understand your staff better to unlock their true power and potential
Understand your staff better to unlock their true power and potential

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If you like to keep up to date with the latest news and events surrounding HR and Governance – here’s our monthly round-up. Read how a recent tribunal ruling highlights the importance of giving fair and factual references, and join us at Turn Up the…

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It is a strange time in the UK for employers and staff alike. Unemployment is at its lowest since 1975 and still, UK wage growth has started to lag inflation for the first time since mid-2014. Yet there is still a sharp decline in job applicants both for…

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SpeakInConfidence was recently featured in the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust staff magazine ‘Outline’ when the system has been introduced as part of a wider initiative to develop their Raisitng Concerns Policy. The following is reproduced…

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Providing services for around 500,000 local people with the regional cancer centre supporting around two million people, East and North Herts NHS Trust (ENH) know that their 5000 members of staff are key to providing excellent patient care. As part of a…

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My career spans over 30 years, working either for or with the NHS, in roles varying from head of I.T.; management consultant to a mental health nurse in an assertive outreach team. I have seen first hand how the wide variation in healthcare organisational…

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For those who aren’t football fans (soccer if you are reading in the US), Manchester United recently lost to Chelsea 1-0 in the English Premiere League having dominated much of the game.  Louis Van Gaal gave a post-match interview to Guy Mowbray of the…

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It is easy to get so stuck into work that you forget to ask questions – or if you do ask questions you forget to ask the right questions. This does not just apply to front line staff, who may have little control over what comes their way but can happen to…

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Unless your organisation is staffed by robots then it is going to be a living, breathing entity with it’s ups and downs that reflect the mood of the people you employ. Most organizations are simply too large in terms of the number of employees to treat…

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The benefits of coming out quickly and publicly and admitting “Sorry we were wrong” or “Sorry I was wrong”?

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We have all seen them, most of us have probably worked for them at times, leaders or organisations that are incapable of saying “Sorry, we got it wrong”. A close second is the highly qualified carefully presented half apology “We may have got it a little…
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