Tina Radford

Tina Radford

Tina Radford

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Tina Radford is the founder and Managing Director of HR Business Solutions. She is a firm believer that implementing the right HR solution can make a fundamental impact to the overall performance and effectiveness a company’s most valuable asset – staff. In her blog, Tina brings a refreshingly different style and substance to the typical corporate HR presentation.

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Why high fliers fail…

Why high fliers fail…… I attended a great HR conference in Singapore last year and recall a particular presenter talking about the 3 myths about career success, they were: • Patience is not a virtue – to succeed in your career, you must be hungry and ambitious • Ability is not always enough and will… Continue reading Why high fliers fail…

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The employer’s wishlist

We often read about how an employer can attract and retain motivated and happy staff. In fact, many organisations spend a fortune on conducting culture and engagement surveys with their employees every year to find the answers to this conundrum. Don’t get me wrong, I am a huge fan of employee opinion surveys, information from surveys underpins relevant HR strategies, but I don’t often read about what makes an ideal employee. What is an employer’s wishlist when it comes to creating the ideal workplace full of happy, productive and low maintenance employees?

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The PR in the HR

My clients are used to me going on about putting the PR in the HR all the time. So many companies I work with offer amazing employee benefits and rewards but nobody knows about it or it is taken for granted by the employees.

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See it and say it!

‘See it and say it’ is one of the most powerful lessons I have learnt throughout my management career when it comes to managing staff performance.

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Why employees break up with their employer

It amazes me that people all around the world leave their jobs for pretty much the same reasons. I was in Singapore last year attending a global HR conference, and was pretty surprised when one of the presenters shared some research with us, which confirmed what I thought – it all comes down to the relationship with their manager.

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