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How can you improve performance at work?

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How can you improve performance at work?


While I was watching TV last week, a programme about performance and productivity at work caught my attention.  Maybe you saw it too?  Tonight – Shirkers or Workers.

Basically, they sent a performance expert in to a business and he showed them how they could improve productivity and performance at work while cutting working hours at the same time.  Impossible?  No, very possible. 

In fact, SCRSolutions has also helped companies to improve their performance using some of the same techniques that were demonstrated on the programme.  And the results can be doubled if you tackle absence management at the same time. 

The fact is, employees are normally your largest cost and your largest asset.  Now, more than ever, it’s important to make sure you get the best from your staff in terms of productivity and performance.  

To show you how to do this, I’m holding a free seminar in partnership with 'Dundee Business Week 2016' on Friday 26th February. 


So the only question is.. do you want to save money and boost productivity in your business?  Yes?  Then this seminar will show you how to do it. Click here for more details and to book your place. 


During the seminar I will show you how you can improve performance at work immediately by taking some simple steps and how to manage long-term performance.  We will look at the key areas of HR that your business needs to make sure your staff are motivated and engaged at work and we will give you practical top HR tips to help you manage your staff effectively and get the best from them in return.


Places are very limited so please click here to register as soon as possible.


Event details:

How to improve performance at work

Friday 26th February 2016

12.00pm – 2.00pm - lunch is provided

Business Gateway

27-28 Camperdown Street

City Quay Business Centre



Free to attend – places are limited - click here to register


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