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Alison Bray

Alison is a highly motivated and passionate administration support professional, currently working as HR & Training Coordinator for Radtac. Alison started her career as an administrative support professional, obtaining her NVQ levels II & III in Business Administration, and has continued to support companies and teams within the Business Support field for over 10 years.
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Communication Failure: Why You Should Leave Email Aside And Pick Up The Phone More

10-Jun-2016 17:04:55 Business insider

Communication sounds like a simple matter, you might say. How many of us have sat in the same office though next to someone, and emailed them instead of actually speaking to them? Most of us, right?

In today’s fast-paced workplace, we can all be confronted with a painful paradox. We are faced with the continuous pressure of accelerating workload and projects, but this “need for speed” can result in communication failure. Moreover, this communication failure can lead to dangerous effects such as risking quality and value of work.

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The DWP Pensions Challenge and How To Overcome It Successfully

Operating a pension scheme can be very complex and involve many people, multiple systems & interfaces to implement complex legislation and scheme design. None of these remain constant for very long and can easily cause an operation to become inefficient and expensive to run.

With the Department of Work and Pensions making changes to the automatic enrolment regulations on 1 April 2015, most companies are going to have to make big changes to the software systems they have already developed. Many smaller companies may not have yet developed a system at all.

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Title still to be decided!

04-Nov-2014 15:00:00 Culture

Any one who is close to me will know that I don’t like being out of my comfort zone, so when after being in my job for 2 and a half years I am asked to contribute to writing blogs for the company, you can probably imagine my reaction!

So many things went through my head! ‘I can’t write a blog – I’m not clever enough’ ‘what do I write about?’ How do I try and make it tie in with what the company does… AGILE! Tough one huh! Well for me I thought it would be impossible until I came across this quote:

The secret to getting ahead is getting started. The secret to getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.

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