Kelly Games

Kelly Games

Author at Dentistry Online

Kelly Games has recently joined Code’s total HR team providing daily expert HR advice and support to Code’s member base of more than 3,000 practices. Kelly holds the CIPD level five qualification in human resource management and has developed her HR knowledge and skills by working in various sectors.

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Ready, set, recruit in a COVID-19 world

With a rise in the popularity of video calling platforms, Kelly Games explores how practices can continue to recruit despite another lockdown. There’s no doubt about it, the COVID-19 pandemic has far-reaching effects on all areas of our personal and working lives. Businesses have struggled and this has resulted in job losses across the UK. … Continued

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Top tips on managing part-time staff

As more people seek a better work-life balance, Kelly Games explains how to get the best from part-time members of the team. In recent years, there has been a definite increase in jobs with non-traditional work arrangements. The rising popularity of part-time work is usually the employee’s preference to find a work-life balance. This isn’t … Continued

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Five HR trends you should know for 2020

Code list five ways COVID-19 has changed the way employees work and how businesses can deal with the HR outcome from these. The COVID-19 pandemic has not only brought significant challenges to people and businesses around the UK, but it is likely to have a lasting impact on how we work. It’s important for business … Continued

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Embracing diversity

CODE explains how principals can help create a culture of diversity, equality and inclusion within dental practices. As businesses, we should all work to create a culture of equality, diversity and inclusion. Something that we all know is a hot topic across every media channel at the moment. The Black Lives Matter movement is causing … Continued

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Stepping back into the unknown

Kelly Games discusses some things to consider as practices start to reopen and recall the dental team back to the practice. It’s your place of work and yet you have no idea what you’re stepping back into. Everything is changing. Nobody knows yet how things will look but, as an employer, you’ll have to overcome … Continued

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