5 challenges of managing remote teams
17th April 2018

Remote working or ‘working from home’ has become increasingly popular over recent years and with good reason.

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A guide to good office etiquette
13th April 2018

Whether you’re straight out of school, University, moved to the UK from abroad or simply not sure about what to do or say in an office environment, we have compiled a little guide of office do’s and don’ts.

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What is PILON? and what you need to know from April 2018
12th April 2018

PILON (payment in lieu of notice) is a payment made to an employee when their employment has been terminated immediately without notice.

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Cost saving HR
3rd April 2018

When you’re running a business you know that your people are your greatest asset, by recruiting and developing a team of talented and motivated individuals, you can ensure that you’re putting your business it the best possible position for smashing your strategic goals.

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How to onboard new employees effectively
29th March 2018

Getting the onboarding process right is one of the most important things a company can do, get it wrong and the results can be devastating on the bottom line.

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Is your HR planning on track?
27th March 2018

You might have blinked and missed the first quarter of 2018 and while it may seem like five minutes have passed since you mapped out your big goals at the end of last year, it’s actually a good time to stop, take stock and refocus.

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What is an employment status?
22nd March 2018

When you employ someone you need to assign them with an employment status.

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National Living Wage/National Minimum Wage increases: what you need to be aware of
20th March 2018

On Sunday 1st April 2018 the National Living Wage (NLW) and the National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates will be going up.

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6 month extension to the Childcare Vouchers Scheme
15th March 2018

Important news for all employers, on the 13th March 2018, the Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds announced a 6 month extension to the closure of the Childcare Voucher scheme.

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Employment tribunal cases rise after fee abolished
13th March 2018

The Ministry of Justice has just released its latest round of data on tribunals, since fees were scrapped last summer.

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5 ways to build strong relationships at work
9th March 2018

Do you think building relationships at work can feel a bit pointless? you may take the approach that you don’t have to be friends with your colleagues; just get the job done and move on.

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Key dates for HR in 2018
8th March 2018

In 2018, businesses with an obligation to comply with employment law will need to be abreast of the important changes listed below: Minimum Wage – 1st April The annual minimum wage increases will become effective, so you will need to check if you have any employees who will be affected, and also remember to pre-empt […]

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How an HR Consultancy can help your business
1st March 2018

You know that your people are your greatest asset and that effective HR practices and procedures can be the cornerstone of strategic growth, however, do you now feel like you no longer have the time or energy to manage everything HR all on your own.

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Snow disruption; your questions answered
26th February 2018

As I sit in the office this afternoon watching a few flurries of snow outside the window, waiting in anticipation for the Beast from the East to hit and listening to the radio with claims of weather colder than the arctic circle – winter has most definitely arrived in the UK!

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Keeping your business compliant
22nd February 2018

In our opinion when you are an HR consultant, you can often find yourself having in-depth conversations about how business owners can avoid legal action or help with an issue.

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Why your business needs HR Revolution
20th February 2018

As a small business owner, you might be tempted to cut costs and eliminate your HR function.

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How to handle office romances
16th February 2018

With many of us spending more and more time at the office, it’s no surprise that many working relationships blossom into something a little more intimate.

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Valentine’s Day; Office do’s and don’ts
14th February 2018

It’s Valentines Day… the day where most of us are filled with thoughts of love and romance!?  However it can be a somewhat tedious process for HR… can employers have rules on personal relationships at work? Is it harassment for a worker to ask a colleague out on a date? In today’s business world, dating […]

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5 Employment law developments your business needs to be aware of this year
8th February 2018

2018 is well and truly underway and we will see a number of significant domestic employment law developments this year, below we outline what as an employer you need to be aware of: 1.

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Why wellbeing should be part of your HR strategy
6th February 2018

We are hearing more and more about the need for wellbeing in the workplace, but what does it really mean? Surely, wellbeing means healthy eating, keeping fit and that is something as individuals we are responsible for ourselves.  Why should employers pay out for wellbeing benefits or consider it as part of an HR strategy? […]

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National Sickie Day 2018
5th February 2018

I hope you are not tempted to call in sick today… but if you do, you’re not alone!

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Time to talk day… #timetotalk
1st February 2018

Today is Time to talk day, a charity run by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness a growing movement of people changing how we all think and act about mental health.

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Why bother with Employment contracts?
30th January 2018

Despite it being a legal obligation, many business owners think that it’s in their interests to delay giving an employee a contract, or not bothering at all, but this blog will explain the importance of having employment contracts in place.

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