COVID19 – Your Questions Answered.

COVID19 – Your Questions Answered. We understand there is a lot of confusion and panic surrounding COVID19. We have answered some you’re most frequently asked questions to provide some peace of mind and guidance at this time of pandemic. If people self-isolate – do they get paid? If 111 or a Doctor has recommended self-isolation… Continue reading

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CASE STUDY – Employee well-being and Engagement at John West Foods

Employee wellbeing and Engagement at John West Foods   Earlier this month we had a chance to speak with Lisa Yensen, HR Business Partner at John West Foods. Despite its size, John West is a very people-focused organisation, valuing employee wellbeing and engagement, understanding the vital role each employee plays in the success of the… Continue reading

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How will new immigration rules impact upon UK business?

How will new immigration rules impact upon UK business? With the government confirming that there will be no special visas for ‘low-skilled’ workers following Brexit, Employers have been told they will have no option but to adjust to these new stricter regulations and immigration rules by focusing more on employee retention and implementing productivity-boosting technology.… Continue reading

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HPC Law Update: Tribunal Claimants Beware!

HPC Law Update: Tribunal Claimants Beware!   Since the abolition of Tribunal fees for bringing a claim against an employer or former employer, the Tribunal have seen steady increases in the number of claims being brought. To some extent this is no surprise.   Even if a Claimant ultimately loses their claim, it is very… Continue reading

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HPC Law Update: Employment Tribunal Time Limits.

HPC Law Update: Employment Tribunal Time Limits.   The time limits for bringing a claim before the employment Tribunal are extremely tight. The time limit is generally three months less a day from the date of effective termination, or from the act of harassment or detrimental treatment.   The effective date of termination (EDT) could… Continue reading

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