Tatry Group is pleased to announce that we have become a Disabled Confident committed employer.
Disability Confident is a nationally recognised accreditation scheme that encourages organisations to recruit disabled people for their skills and talent.
Not the cry, but the flight of a wild duck, leads the flock to fly and follow - Chinese Proverb
You may have heard of the concept of positive psychology, but how can it help us become better people managers?
What makes a bad office manager, a good office manager or a great office manager?
Reading this blog post, that’s what. But what else?
Well, if you’re reading this then it’s a pretty sure bet that you’re an Office Manager and you know damn well what an Office Manager is.
Now while that’s all well and good – as you probably already know – an Office Manager’s role can vary quite a bit from organisation to organisation.
Self-directed learning of leadership involves five discoveries, each representing a discontinuity. The goal, of course, is to use each discovery as a tool for making the changes needed to become an emotionally intelligent leader.
Tatry Group is a proud Recognised Living Wage Service Provider, and proud advocates of the Living Wage Foundation.
Here are our top 5 reasons to pay the Voluntary Living Wage.
After reading this blog post, you will be able to reflect and agree that the main problem for organisations and managers today is how to motivate people at work.
Despite tremendous strides in understanding human motivation, we still don't do a very good job of practising it in our daily work.
If you currently employ cleaning staff direct, you may think it’s cheaper than paying for a specialist cleaning contractor. But think about the hidden costs…
On the face of it employing your own team seems a simple and cost-effective cleaning solution. But if you employ staff you are responsible for:
Your employees spend a lot of time at the office, so it’s essential it’s a clean and positive place to be. There are several ways you can cultivate a stress-free and productive workplace by making a few simple changes to your office.
Here’s our top 5 ways to improve your company’s working environment…
Resolution Foundation finds that half the nation’s wealth belongs to a tenth of adults as property ownership declines. 15% (7.3 million people) either own no assets at all, or are in debt.
Swift recognition of good work strengthens it, increasing the likelihood that the desired conduct will become cultured and be articulated as an ordinary behaviour. Thus, please enjoy this blog post detailing five means of delivering positive and prompt feedback from Bevin Group.
Simple, quick and direct, often forgotten, verbal feedback can be just as effective as any other means of recognising good performance. Done correctly, verbal praise stimulates and acknowledges behaviour to be remembered and possible improved upon.
A letter praising specific behaviour represents a tangible document and requires more effort than verbal feedback. Written praise, in particular, has be proven to produce a sense of pride and a commitment to further good efforts that extend beyond verbal honourable mentions. In additional, a letter serves as a permanent park of the worker’s record.
Certifications and Awards
Similarly to written praise, a certificate or award of good service signed by management is another example of tangible recognition. Photos can be taken and put up on an office wall or – better yet - shared on social media to show the worker how proud you are of their good work.
At Sisk Security, we believe in going one better than certificates and awards. We believe continued good work should be rewarded with promotion. We are very keep to always promote from within when our people are showing the values we believe in.
Either for awarding good work or as a part of an award and recognition scheme, preferred hours, days off, locations and conditions can be sought to reward a good work to an employee. This not only shows that we want to look after the people that look after our clients, but it also serves as an incentive for every person within the company.
Unfortunately, there are not many manned guarding providers rewarding or praising good work or service excellence. We believe that is one of the many reasons the security industry, as a whole, struggles to fulfil client requirements – unlike Bevin Group.
Contact us today for a free no obligation meeting to discuss how we can add value to your organisation with our range of security consultancy and manned guarding services.