Every organisation should be able to describe what they see as their future. A statement of this Vision should reveal what an organisation most hopes to be and what they want to achieve in the long term. But how do you write a Vision statement?
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Every growing organisation needs to recruit at some point. To many, this is a foreign experience with pitfalls and dangers, some of which do not raise their head until long after the interviews are over. Recruitment Consultant Oliver Watson and Employment Solicitor Donna Negus join Russell to discuss some of the issues in recruitment and offer some sound advice to those who are considering adding more people to their business.
Every business suffers a calamity or two. Sometimes it’s unavoidable loss of a key member of the team. Maybe the biggest customers finds a cheaper, or shudder the thought, better company to deal with. There is always a risk that something can go wrong – it’s how you deal with it that counts.