Domestic Abuse: Supporting your workforce

Domestic abuse

Domestic Abuse: Supporting your workforce In this article, our HR Consultant, Lauren Long, covers Domestic Abuse and how you can support survivors within your workforce.   On 14th January 2021, Paul Scully MP and Business Minister penned an open letter to employers about Domestic Abuse in the workplace. On the same day, the Government also… Continue reading

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Employment Law Update | February 2021

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Employment Law Update | February 2021 Our HR Consultant, Daniel Meyer-Lopez, provides us with the Employment Law Update | February 2021.   Roadmap out of lockdown Boris Johnson has announced that from March 8th we will start to see restrictions lift in England, following a four-step roadmap back to normal life. The lifting of restrictions… Continue reading

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Rapid workplace Covid19 testing available to smaller employers

Workplace Covid19 testing

Rapid workplace Covid19 testing available to smaller employers More employers are now eligible to participate in the government’s workplace Covid19 testing scheme. Around a third of those with Covid19 have no symptoms and will therefore unknowingly spread the virus. This can be a major concern for employers in industries where workers are unable to work… Continue reading

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The stages of the disciplinary process

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The stages of the disciplinary process If you are having to take disciplinary action against one of your employees it is important you follow the correct process. In this article, our HR Assistant, Jack Taylor, explains how to conduct a disciplinary process accurately and fairly.   Disciplinary action can be taken against an employee who… Continue reading

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‘Fire and rehire’ tactics have become increasingly popular during Covid19

fire and rehire

‘Fire and rehire’ tactics have become increasingly popular during Covid19 The use of the controversial ‘fire and rehire’ strategy has become popular amongst employers since the start of the pandemic in March of last year. The TUC conducted a survey of 2231 workers across England and Wales. They found that since the first lockdown in… Continue reading

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