Honest Feedback, Where Do You Draw The Line?

Posted On: October 22nd, 2015 by Alen Levis No Comments »

Honesty is the best policy, but that doesn’t mean it’s always well received. Honest feedback, or what I like to call ‘constructive criticism’ is often needed, even welcomed in the work place. It’s how we improve in all matters, be it social skills or work skills. Every now and then however, an employee takes an […]

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Hiring Right Fit (assessing for job fit)

Posted On: June 5th, 2015 by Tania Howard No Comments »

Whenever businesses tell me they haven’t hired the right person, it often seems to come down to the person’s behaviours or fit, it is rarely their skills at fault. Many businesses, really struggle to assess ‘fit’ or behaviour and lack the techniques and tools to do so. They continue to focus on ‘skills’ and keep […]

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Alcohol and Pregnant Customers – What’s the Right Course of Action?

Posted On: April 10th, 2015 by Amy Buhler No Comments »

Recently there has been a big stir in the New Zealand bar and restaurant industry due to an incident whereby a pregnant lady Nichola Hayes was denied a glass of wine during a celebratory meal, at an Auckland bar in March.

She was denied a drink on the basis that she was heavily pregnant, and the waitress felt uncomfortable serving her alcohol in that ‘condition’. The manager also agreed, and he denied her service at his discretion, due to Mrs Hayes’ health reasons.

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