Tribunal fees – A good week for ambulance chasers
Tribual fees – A good week for ambulance chasers… Our Managing Director Victoria Brown gives her thoughts on the recent ruling regarding tribunal fees. Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court this week. It is estimated the government will have to pay up to £32 million to… Continue reading
Gender Pay Gap – BBC’s gender gap exposed as top ‘talent’ salaries are released
Gender Pay Gap – BBC’s gender pay gap exposed as top ‘talent’ salaries are released A salary of £2.2m saw Chris Evans top the list of the BBC’s best-paid talent last year, £1.75m saw Match of the Day host Gary Lineker take second place with Graham Norton coming in third bagging around £850,000 in the… Continue reading
Are employees putting a halt on their own progression and shying away from training?
Are employees putting a halt on their own progression and shying away from training? Monday to Friday, 9 to 5. It’s very easy for employees to get into a routine – completing the same tasks each week and hitting the same deadlines each month. Where in this schedule does progress and development come into… Continue reading
Creating a Diverse Culture to attract, retain and develop.
Creating a Diverse Culture to attract, retain and develop. According to a recent Harvard Business Review study, brands who have more of a diverse workforce experience a 45% growth in their market share year-on-year by unlocking innovation. The study found that we have two kinds of diversity which are inherent and acquired. Those business leaders… Continue reading
To dismiss or not to dismiss that is the question!
To dismiss or not to dismiss that is the question! In terms of conduct, most employers recognise when a disciplinary process is necessary but knowing the correct sanction; up to and including dismissal can often be the tricky part. The expression which Alan Sugar made a household term ‘You’re Fired’ is something that should… Continue reading