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What is the Bradford Factor?

What is the Bradford Factor?

The Bradford Factor is a way to measure how much un-planned time off an employee has had, and how much of an impact it had. The basic idea behind the Bradford Factor is that it is disruptive to your company if an employee has lots of short unplanned time off. It is less disruptive if…

Building Trust with your employees

6 Ways to Build Trust with your Employees

How trustworthy you are can have a big impact on the overall success of your business. Not only do your customers need to trust you, but so do your employees. Your employees need to be believe in one another and know that everyone is there for them. Without this trust, their work will suffer in…

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Doing Popup Screens Right

As you use SkyHR, you will find many places where we display a popup screen over the top of the main page to either show you some extra details or for you to fill in a form, such as requesting some time off, or reviewing a request. Modal Screens Popup screens are known in our…

Sharing Documents

Sharing and Accepting Documents

By using SkyHR you have always been able to share company documents with your employees. This allows you to keep a single copy of a document in your library, and allow some, or all of your employees to access it. This means that you don’t need to keep emailing the same document to different people….

Take an Online Courses

Take a free online course during lockdown

Are you finding yourself with more free time than usual during the coronavirus lockdown? Not sure what you could be doing? Or maybe you simply want to try something new to further your education and skills? Then an online course could be exactly what you need. Below are some great websites offering you free online…

Running An Online Quiz during lockdown

Advice for your lockdown quiz

Since we went into lockdown I’ve been running a weekly quiz to try and distract everyone from the boredom of stay-at-home life. Thanks to modern technology this is much easier than it would have been a few years ago. I’ve even managed to get elderly and distant relatives involved. Some things have gone really well,…