Coronavirus resource hub
Our complete hub to help you manage the COVID-19 pandemic in your workplace.
Productivity Ninja comes to BrightHR
Transform your employees into productivity ninjas.
North West businesses most likely to attract talent and business
Manchester and Liverpool lead the way for UK cities willing to embrace workplace cultures of play and productivity. Embrace office fun and increase staff performance.
Preparing a small business to recruit new employees
Happy and productive employees are critical to business success. Read BrightHR's guide on how to select the right talent to kickstart your small business.
Unified Collaboration is the future, but it doesn't have to be fancy
In fact, you already have the tools you need.
Six ways to have work friends when youre the boss
Be a consistent boss who finds the balance between authority and friendship with employees, including clarity, communication, and leadership.
Stressing Enough: How to keep pressure positive
Last year, a nationwide Labour Force Survey found that 35% of all work-related cases of ill health were down to stress. The total number of working days lost due to stress was just under the ten million mark, an average absence rate of 23 days per case.
Not your standard interview tips - or at least we hope so
We canvased our BrightHR employees for creative interview tips. Read our fresh advice about CVs, research, and presentations, and conquer your next interview!
BrightHR wins SME Awards HR Provider of the Year 2016
We are extremely proud to have won HR Provider of the Year at the prestigious SME Awards.
Swipe right! Use social media to find your perfect employee
Whatever the reasons you decide to look for new staff, whether it's looking to expand your in-house team to cover increased demand or to maximize on new business opportunities, there are the usual ways to recruit, and there is social media.
Osborne says Brexit result caused by economically disenfranchised Northerners
Representatives from BrightHR attended a local event where the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, addressed Manchester businesses on post-Brexit strategies for the North.