When should an employer become aware of an employee disability?
When should an employer become aware of an employees disability? A recent Employee Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has resulted in the debatable dismissal of a disabled employee. The claimant (a trade associations finance coordinator for the construction industry) was dismissed due to “poor attendance and timekeeping” and the inability to be depended on whilst in her… Continue reading
Guest Blog | 5 little known tips that could affect your business growth.
5 little known tips that could affect your business growth. In a complex business environment, it can be easy to overlook some of the challenges shaping the environment that will have an impact on how you lead and grow your company. These are five areas to consider. (1) Being isolated in your leadership role.… Continue reading
Guest Blog: Lifelong Learning By Steve Swift from BforB
Lifelong Learning: Making the most of your commute As Regional Director for Business for Breakfast I travel around Cheshire and Merseyside helping other businesses to generate new business through referral marketing and professional development. This affords me a lot of time when I’m commuting to venues and groups. When I’m making my usual journeys, I… Continue reading
New laws to reduce the use of NDAs
New laws to reduce the use of NDAs With the implementation of new laws surrounding NDAs, employees will now be able to disclose information to police and lawyers, however experts warn that this, although a step in the right direction, will do little to tackle the issue of toxic cultures. The government has… Continue reading
Working during the hot weather
Working during the hot weather With the UK in the middle of a heatwave and reports suggesting that we may see further increases in temperature as the week goes on, it is important that you take precaution as an employer to ensure that working conditions remain safe for your employees. We’ve put togther a few… Continue reading