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7 Essential Tools

Don’t let the world get you down!   As part of our Management Academy we are running a full day course on the 7 most important management tools. As part of this course the vivacious Alistair Williams will be exploring the key elements that help make highly effective managers. He will help you apply simple […]

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Common Issues with Communication – Part 1

We communicate each day with a variety of people both in our work and personal life. How we communicate can either hinder or increase our effectiveness. Over the next 8 weeks we are going to provide you with quick tips to avoid common errors in day to day communication and how we can help you […]

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Management Academy 2012 – Dates Announced….

We have now confirmed dates for the Management Academy courses, these will be held at the Simple HR offices. Team Leader Training – (4 ½ days) 25th June, 2nd July, 9th July and 23rd July beginning at 1pm on each of these days. 7 Essential Tools – (1 full day) 2nd August 2012 Tough Conversations – (1 […]

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Management Academy Course Breakdown

Our training sessions for the Simple HR Management Academy 2012 have now been agreed, please find a breakdown of each course : Simple HR Management Academy If you would like any more information please contact us at  

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Management Academy 2012

As a manager do you feel that you are not getting the most out of your team? Do you love your job but want to improve your management style? Does the thought of the difficult conversation fill with you dread? At Simple HR we have created the following training sessions that we believe can help […]

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How to get employees off long term sick leave

On average the cost of absence per employee is £692 a year.  This means that absence management is a top priority for most employers otherwise this can become a real drain on your business. At Simple HR we have a wealth of experience in managing absenteeism for our clients and here we explain our tried […]

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Are we still engaged?

The ongoing economic crisis is weighing heavily on employees of all organisations. Research shows that staff are working longer hours and in real terms for less pay; they are feeling pressurised to work when they are unwell and stress related illnesses are on the increase. All these things can negatively impact on a business’ performance […]

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How safe are you?

Social Media sites open several doors for employers; with over 300 million Facebook users alone, you now have a massive audience that you can tap into.  Taking your time to draw up a proper strategy will stand you in good stead to build your company brand, attract future employees and engage customers. Many companies are […]

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Simply Put – January 2012

At Simple HR it’s all about You!  In 2011 we listened to our clients requests, so in 2012…  Following last year’s training success  our clients can now download ALL training material at We have build an easy to use  redundancy entitlement calculator. Use it for free at As well as Simply Put newsletters  […]

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Training Gap for Dyslexia Sufferers

A survey by Unionlearn has highlighted that staff who suffer from dyslexia are missing out on training, either because they do not disclose their condition or because they are not given the right support. Dyslexia is something we know a lot about at Simple HR as one of our Directors, Alistair Williams, manages his dyslexia […]

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