Alan Price, CEO at BrightHR gives his view on workplace cliques.
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The average full-time worker in the UK clocks 37 hours per week, but just how well do we know the person sat across from us, or those who say “good morning” while making a brew? New research has looked into Britons attitudes towards their co-workers to reveal just how willing the nation is to create…
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Close personal relationships are creating rifts in the workplace as policies don’t exist to deal with them, according to research by HR information source XpertHR. More than 40% of employers surveyed by XpertHR experienced at least one issue as a result of a close personal relationship between employees in the workplace, yet only 24% had…