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3 top tips to engage staff into the new decade

With Christmas being a distant memory, everyone will be feeling well rested and are likely to be raring to go, particularly as it’s the start of a new decade, so here are my three top tips for getting momentum started with your staff.

  1. Create a community

January is the perfect time to get everyone talking about what they want to achieve in the coming year, the obstacles that they foresee that will hinder their goals and how others in the team can help them by being accountable.

This year our team have decided to focus on our physical and mental wellbeing, so we have individual goals that we are all going to help each other achieve. We are even going to put out progress on Instagram under #SCEWellbeingWarriors so watch this space!

  • Set goals

January is often the time of the “new year, new me” resolution, so help your staff achieve their business and personal goals by having a formal or informal appraisal which sets out that you expect from them, provides them with constructive feedback and identifies their training needs.

  • Be aware of stress

While for many January is full of excitement to see what the year ahead will bring, unfortunately, for some post-Christmas blues can set in. If one of your team members does not seem like themselves have those open and honest conversations with them to identify where they need to go for help.

If you need help and advice regarding wellbeing in the workplace, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0113 350 4030 or at hello@scesolicitors.co.uk.

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SCE Solicitors is a boutique employment law and litigation practice based in Leeds which advises clients nationwide. Please note that the information in this blog is to provide information of general interest in a summary manner and should not be construed as individual legal advice. Readers should consult with SCE Solicitors or other professional counsel before acting on the information contained here.

Samira Cakali

Samira Cakali is a pragmatic and approachable solicitor advocate with extensive contentious and non-contentious experience in the fields of employment law as well as civil litigation, within a range of commercial businesses from SME’s to multinationals as well as senior executives.

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