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At B2B Business Advisors Limited we can advise business owners in the Milton Keynes area on many of the issues you face. Here are some tips for more effective staff appraisals...
Staff appraisals provide a valuable opportunity for you and your employees to work together to achieve future growth - for the employees' personal careers and for the business as a whole.
They give managers a chance to understand - and if necessary reassess - the role of individual members of staff within the company, and they also allow both parties to air any grievances before they become serious issues.
However, without proper attention these meetings can be treated as a matter of routine, and are not managed in such a way as to realise their maximum benefits. To help get the most out of the appraisal process, try the following procedures:
If you are in the Milton Keynes area and are looking for support and advice from a team of professional accountants and business advisers, contact B2B Business Advisors Limited.
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23 Oct 2020
On 22 October Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced increases to the coronavirus (COVID-19) financial support measures first outlined in the Winter Economy Plan.
22 Oct 2020
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has outlined reforms to the Prompt Payment Code.
21 Oct 2020
HMRC has urged businesses to make sure they are prepared for new customs and tax rules so that they can continue to trade with the EU from 1 January 2021.
20 Oct 2020
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has urged the government to give a 'more honest' picture of the likely levels of the UK tax gap.