world cup fever

10 Tips: Plan Now for ‘World Cup Fever’

SMEs need to start developing and communicating their plans for the football World Cup says HR service provider Right Hand HR which offers ten tips for managing ‘World Cup fever’. Lindsay Grieve, Managing Director of Right Hand HR said: “Inevitably, there’ll be scaremongering stories about how much the World Cup will cost the UK in terms of unauthorised absence and lost productivity. The typical concerns are that employees will call in sick – to watch a match or because they’re recovering from the night before – and that discussing games and checking scores will distract them from their work.” However, Right Hand HR claims that, if handled well, this summer’s tournament is actually an opportunity to boost employee morale. “The Wor... »