A workplace encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion can help: Make it more successfulKeep employees happy and motivated which in turn reduces absenteeismPrevent serious or legal issues arising, such as bullying, harassment and discrimination where correct...
If an individual wants to leave their job, they have to give their employer some warning, this is called a ‘notice period’. The same applies where an employer dismisses an individual (including making them redundant), although an employer is not required to give any...
Almost all workers (including agency workers, workers with irregular hours and workers on zero hour contracts ) are legally entitled to 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday a year (known as statutory leave entitlement or annual leave) This is made up of 4 weeks’ annual leave under...
Mental health problems are believed to be experienced by one in six adults, with mental health concerns being the second most prevalent reason for employee absence. ‘Mental health problems’ can include signs of stress and anxiety, and mental health conditions that...
The following temporary changes were made on 30 March 2020 and remain in place until 5 April 2022 (inclusive): Right to work checks can currently be carried out over video callsJob applicants and existing workers can send scanned documents or a photo of documents for...
Are employees entitled to the extra Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday in 2022. In November 2020, the Government announced an extra bank holiday for June 2022 to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 70th anniversary as monarch. The late May Bank Holiday has been moved to...
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