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This week's testimonials...

What our participants are telling us this week... 

"Thank you. I thank you for helping me through the darkest period of my life. It’ll never be forgotten and I will be forever grateful. You helped me to turn the corner, to get to the corner, to turn and to give me the encouragement to make the turn… a...MORE

Human Value Proposition - work as a subset of life - webinar recording

The pandemic has impacted employees across multiple levels – altering priorities and bringing into sharp focus expectations

for both career fulfilment and the psychological contract between employer and employee.  A recent report from Gartner identifies how the pandemic has changed the relationship between people and their work, and highlights why the employee value...MORE

Working Transitions appoints Caroline Moore as Managing Director

Working Transitions, specialists in workplace coaching, today announces that it has appointed Caroline Moore as its Managing Director.

Caroline has been with Working Transitions for over three years and has been promoted to the role from Operations Director, where she led the enhancement and improvement of service delivery. Caroline now leads an all-female leadership team at Working Transitions....MORE

WT in the Press: Is coaching the key to unwanted attrition?

Author: Caroline Moore, Managing Director
Publication: HR News

The 2021 Work Trend Index, published by Microsoft, shows that a staggering 41% of the global workforce is likely to consider leaving their current employer within the next year. Reasons vary – from overwork and burnout, to shrinking networks and siloed teams....MORE

WT in the Press: Understanding Mental Health Issues

Author: Caroline Moore, MD
Publication: Training Journal

Mental health-related absence is the most common cause of long-term sickness absence in UK workplaces, and unfortunately, the trend continues. With employees adjusting to new working models and the speed to change impacting roles and expectations, many are struggling...MORE

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food manufacturing organisation - restructure

Published - 22/10/2020

A major manufacturer underwent a significant market change leading to an ongoing downsizing and restructuring programme across UK production sites. support Working...MORE

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