People Puzzles

Menopause in the workplace – time to take action?

Until relatively recently, the menopause has been discussed very little in public, let alone in workplaces. Often seen as a strictly ‘women’s issue’, many men – and younger women – are simply oblivious to the often-debilitating symptoms of the menopause.

Why staff engagement is important to business growth

We’ve all encountered unengaged staff – perhaps in a shop where ‘no, we don’t stock that’ isn’t followed up with an offer to order it in or find an alternative product. The business loses a sale, and potentially a customer, for good.

Why team building is a leadership skill

Some people think of team building exercises as a staff away day, building rafts across a river. But actually, team building is much more fundamental than that. It needs to be embedded into the everyday activities of your business.

Bayfields Client Testimonial

Listen to our client Bayfields Opticians explain why they chose to work with People Puzzles and the benefits of having a part-time HR Director. 

People Puzzles appoints new Regional Director for South Central

People Puzzles – the HR experts who help ambitious business leaders create high-performing teams and grow their businesses – are continuing to expand across England, appointing a new Regional Director for South Central area of the country.

Just how close are we to a four-day week?

Is it really possible to work fewer hours but be more productive? Well, yes – if a growing body of research is to be believed. A number of studies and trials conducted over the past decade

A Plan For Your People

Our first major sponsored event of the year event was the Vistage National CEO Conference in Leeds on the 25th March. A very relevant topic of The CEOs journey – People & Culture. Our North East & Yorkshire Regional Director Jim Lister ran a particularly dynamic breakout session following the pandemic with around 50 business …

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Five ways to manage a remote workforce effectively

As we move out of the pandemic, businesses are considering different options when it comes to migrating back to the office. Many, if not ditching the office altogether, are considering a mixture of home and office working for the long term.

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