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Hubb Consultants Blog

Read the latest news and stories around the world of work from Hubb and across industries most especially about new ways of working and activity-based working hottest buzz

The 4 Trends Your Organisation Must Adopt in 2019: Part 3 The working environment is subject to many evolutionary changes, such as the past two weeks’ discussions of Human Centred Organisations and engagement. This week we will divulge into another workplace trend that is one to take on board in 2019. Wellness in the Workplace It is not always easy for employees to balance their work with their...

The 4 Trends Your Organisation Must Adopt in 2019: Part 2 Last week we discussed the concept of a Human Centred Organisation being one of the key trends for workplaces to adopt in 2019, and this week we will explore the concept of engagement in the workplace. Engagement While most organisations recognise the need for engagement, many only pay minimal attention to the idea, through basic annual surveys....

The 4 Trends Your Organisation Must Adopt in 2019: Part 1 The world of work has changed dramatically over the last decade. As we look to embark on another year, Hubb Consultants would like to share the top four trends that organisations are adopting, not just in Australia, but globally; with a view to ensure they are on the trajectory of success in 2019. The top 4...

Strategically Hiring to Support Company Culture: Top Tips Every organisation has its unique style of working and communicating between team members, which often contributes to its culture, as well as the company beliefs, ideologies and values. A healthy workplace culture encourages the employees to stay motivated, productive and loyal to the company as each employee is encouraged and rewarded. So, how can you continue bringing individuals into the...

The Effective Way to Kill Your Business Your organisation comes with a series of set parameters and rules; although they may not be written down and a part of your official working processes, they are there. [caption id="attachment_17581" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Business Team Busy Working Talking Concept[/caption] These parameters and rules most likely developed incrementally over time, as small steps to positively influence effectiveness and efficiency within the workplace....

Why Successful Companies Are Going “Bad” One of the most commonly seen business phenomena’s is also one of the most complexing: When successful companies face a large change in their environment, they often fail to respond effectively. With competing companies whom are armed with modern technologies or strategies, these once-successful companies simply do not know how to change to keep-up with their competitors, and inevitably watch...

This New Zealand Firm Trialed A Four-Day Work Week: Did It Work? There are many modern-day business and workplace strategies, with one of the most commonly talked about this year being shorter work weeks. However, it does not just refer losing working hours; it refers to the strategic approach of having less work days in the week, with no change in salary or wages and producing...

Four Tips for Developing Your Employees Through Failure Mistakes happen, that is inevitable. So, how do you coach and develop your employees in your organisation to help turn mistakes and failures into successes? There are certain managerial strategies to do this, however it is no quick fix. The ability to develop such a strategy is a skill that all managers should possess, as it can inspire and...

Is it Right for Your Workplace: Pros and Cons of Personality Testing Last week we discussed the use of personality testing strategies in the hiring and recruitment processes, however have you considered if it is right for your organisation? Just like many other strategies in the workplace, there are the pros and the cons that come along with them, so let’s have a further look into them...