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Creating cultural magic

By Sally Brand - Business Development Manager

I’m always interested to learn about organisations that are able to improve their bottom line by building a strong employer brand and a highly motivated workforce. &nb

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In good company

Achieving the status of 'great employer' demands balancing employee expectations, leadership development and financial incentives. Liz Morrell (Retail Week) explores how retailers can get the right mix.

This article originally appeared in Retail Week magazine. Click the below link to read in full.

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Why retailers want to learn from hospitality

By Jane Sunley, Chief Executive

When I started learnpurple a little over ten years ago, with a background in hotel management,  contract catering and hospitality recruitment, it was a natural progression to want to transform some o

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Elephant in the room

By Trisha Proud, learnpurple associate

Few phrases evoke such perfect imagery as 'the elephant in the room'. In a logical sense it’s an idiom for an obvious truth that is being ignored or goes un-addressed. The expression

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The benefits of transparency

By Helen Flint - Development Director

You’ve carried out your appraisals, or, as we like to call them, reviews; spending time ensuring they are robust and provide achievable actions. So what do you do with the inf

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Does beauty matter?

The London Olympics are almost here, with thousands of people expected to visit the capital.These tourists, ranging from families to CEOs, will be staying in hotels, eating in restaurants and drinking in bars, placing hospitality in the spotlight. Staff in this sector will represent the UK. Image will be a key criterion, but is it time for employers to be more open-minded when recruiting? Should they place attitude, cultural fit and the ability to deliver excellent service above how an individual looks?

This article originally appeared in HR Magazine. To read in full click here.

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