The 19th – 25th September is International Week of Happiness at Work! We hope your business is getting involved in this one. Here are 5 things you can do this next week to create a happier workplace: *Offer more flexibility*Communicate – and...
It’s likely that you have employees who spend a large part of their day using display screen equipment (DSE) like computer monitors or other devices. And if that’s the case, you have a responsibility as an employer to pay for eye tests for your people. The 19th to the...
We post following the very sad news yesterday of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Our sincere condolences to the Royal Family at this difficult time. We will endeavour to keep you appraised of developments and guidance to businesses. Not long ago, the Government...
It’s not the most exciting of subjects but with the 5th – 9th September being National Payroll Week (really!), it’s a good time to think about how you could make payroll a little easier. We don’t just do HR, Apprenticeships, Training and H&S, we...
Temperatures are set to hit record highs next week. Consequently there is a rise in concerns regarding health & safety. The legislation states that employers need to take safety measures to ensure the workforce is comfortable during the summer months – and this...
Garden leave occurs after an employee is instructed not to attend the workplace or carry out their work duties following their resignation or their employment having been terminated. This can be for the whole or just part of their notice period. The employee however...
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