Teamworking

Teamworking is vital for employers. Employees work more effectively when they feel part of a team, so creating an environment of camaraderie can have great benefits. Line managers should encourage employees to work as part of a team, to improve staff motivation.


Irish find their managers unbearable to work with

23 Nov 2004

One-third of Irish workers have described their relationship with their boss as ‘almost unbearable’, while another third are less than...

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Institute creates blueprint for leadership success

1 Nov 2004

The latest idea for filling the skills vacuum at the top of UK plc is the creation of a blueprint...

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Managers are out of touch with their staff

29 Oct 2004

Managers are out of touch with the needs of staff and don’t understand their priorities, according to a new survey.The...

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Promotion prospects push workers to do more

22 Oct 2004

The lure of promotion is the best way to get workers to put in extra effort and do unpaid overtime, according to a new survey.

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Car firm spends £175,000 on Spanish breaks for workers

19 Oct 2004

A car dealership in the south west of England has invested around £175,000 to give all of its employees a...

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Slick oil employees win stint on BP’s yacht

12 Oct 2004

Two adventurous employees at global oil giant BP are currently taking part in Global Challenge 2004, the world’s toughest round-the-world...

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Simply the best

8 Jun 2004

WL Gore & Associates is the best employer in Britain, according to the Sunday Times' 100 Best Companies to Work For 2004 list.

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Big adventures

1 Feb 2004

Organisations are taking a more strategic approach to their use of the outdoors in experiential learning. Margaret Kubicek takes a look at how providers are responding to client needs

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A real eye-opener

6 Jan 2004

Roisin Woolnough takes a look at how a new managing director turned around the fortunes of T-Mobile

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