September 16 2012
Valuing the Wisdom of the Ages
To get the best results from your workforce, it's important to capitalise on the different strengths of it's multigenerational make-up.

February 02 2012
Mastering the Art of Delegation
Managers tend to fall into one of two categories; masterful delegators or squirrels. Squirrels hoard all the tasks convincing themselves that they don't have the time to delegate and no one can be trusted to do things as well as they can.

January 08 2012
Mentors in the Office
Companies looking for a cost-effective way to maximise employee productivity should consider developing an internal mentoring programme.

November 13 2011
Stick to the principles of selection
Doing a job interview is up there with the driving test and getting married as one of the most daunting experiences in life...

August 21, 2011
How to proceed after redundancy
For those who lose their jobs, redundancy can be difficult to deal with. What fewer realise is that redundancy can be equally unsettling for their colleagues who remain in their jobs with more tasks, fewer resources and a dwindling sense of workplace camaraderie.

May 17, 2010
How to ask for a pay rise discretely within the workplace
What a difference a year makes. In February 2009, outgoing Bank of Ireland boss Brian Goggin spectacularly misjudged the public mood when he revealed that he would be taking a considerable pay cut that would see him earning “less than two million euro” for the year.