What do you get when employees burn out at work? A mental health crisis, falling productivity, and soaring turnover.
By Chris Shenton Whether you’re using them to connect on a specific issue, or just to give general feedback, 1:1 meetings can be a very useful tool in the manager armoury. But it’s important to have the proper framework in place, or they just become another meeting taking up space on the calendar. Today, the […]
By Chris Shenton MSc Even if you’re doing everything you can to look after your staff’s wellbeing while keeping them engaged, sometimes the stress can just pile up. Sometimes, things just go unexpectedly wrong, like 2020 as a whole. That’s why it’s really important for managers to help build employee resilience to new challenges in […]
By Chris Shenton MSc Employee turnover is an inevitable part of running a business. After all, if someone just isn’t a good fit, there’s no sense in them staying somewhere they’re not engaged. Or if an employer isn’t offering opportunities for growth or a job has become stale then employees are often wise to look […]
By Chris Shenton MSc We at Weekly10 were recently fortunate enough to be able to take part in Wales Tech Week, where our CEO Andy and I gave a talk on the ways in which AI is shaping the future of HR. This includes how we ourselves use machine-learning to provide richer employee engagement and predictive […]
One of the main keys to sound business dealings are watertight contracts that encompass every facet of the production and supply of your services or products, anticipate all potential risks, both internal and external, and incorporate safeguards to protect the business.
the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) issued a 50-page Guidelines for Securing the Internet of Things (IoT) (the guidelines).
David Skok was on the board of HubSpot, the Marketing Automation company in its early days, so he knows a thing or two about how Sales Funnels work. In this presentation, he notes that when he asks people to describe their organisation’s funnel, they frequently fail to do so concisely.
The Central Bank of Ireland recently issued an anti-money laundering advisory note highlighting how Irish regulated firms can improve their monitoring of customer transactions to detect potentially suspicious activity.
For commercial litigation and cross-border insolvency matters, it is very much ‘business as usual’ in the Supreme Court of Bermuda (the “Court”).
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Dentons has added real estate capability in Dublin through the hire of a partner from William Fry. Andrew Muckian, formerly head of William Fry’s real estate practice, joins the firm as its sixth partner in the Republic of Ireland. He advises on all types of property development and investment transactions, with expertise in forward purchases, […]
Coleen Rooney, represented by Brabners, has lost the first part of the ‘Wagatha Christie’ libel case, as the courts sided with Rebekah Vardy. The bitter dispute relates to a post that appeared on Rooney’s Instagram in October 2019, which alleged that Vardy’s account had leaked stories about her to the press. Vardy denied the claims […]
Travers has been in development mode; now for the innovation The headline above refers to Travers Smith’s own rhetoric about its change in leadership, as it revealed Edmund Reed would be taking over from David Patient after he has served his maximum two terms. Reed’s name had been bandied about as Patient’s successor for most […]
Mayer Brown has promoted two lawyers to partner in London in a round that saw 27 lawyers given the nod globally. Effective from 1 January 2021, the newly-minted City partners are restructuring lawyer Sheena Frazer and international arbitration lawyer Rachael O’Grady. Frazer began her legal training at DLA Piper in 2005. Spending a spell as […]
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has rejigged its legal team as part of a wider restructuring. The changes follow James Darbyshire’s appointment as chief counsel in September, having initially taken on the role on an interim basis in April. At the time, a chief counsel team was created, which merged together legal and recoveries, company […]
Eversheds Sutherland has created a new virtual shadowing project to ensure junior lawyers at the firm still get the training and mentoring they need despite the remote working regime. The initiative allows lawyers to attend virtual client meetings between partners and in-house lawyers, which are followed by a de-briefing session with the partner who led […]