Business disruption when transitioning to a post-Covid strategy

Business disruption

Business disruption when transitioning to a post-Covid strategy   As employers move to a post-Covid world, one of the main points of contention is what may cause business disruption and organisations are still divided.   A recent study has discovered that 33% of employers are looking to bring the employees back into the workplace fulltime.… Continue reading

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Managing Workplace Temperature

workplace temperature

Managing Workplace Temperature In this article, our H & S Consultant, Colin Jones, discusses how to manage workplace temperature.   Workplace temperature has been raised a number of times recently by our clients. There still seems to be some misunderstanding surrounding it. Employees are claiming they can refuse to work or in some cases can… Continue reading

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How can you support working parents during the summer holidays?

working parents

How can you support working parents during the summer holidays? For kids, six weeks off school is a dream but for working parents, somewhat of a nightmare. Trying to entertain their children, whilst maintaining their workload can be tricky. So what can employers do to help support working parents during the school holidays?   Be… Continue reading

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Risk Assessments – Common Mistakes

risk assessments

Risk Assessments – Common Mistakes Risk assessments are crucial for employers to manage the health and safety within their business. They are also a legal requirement in the workplace. This is so that you can spot the risks and then put measures in place to control them. By law, if you have 5 or more… Continue reading

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Imposter Syndrome – Fact or fiction?

imposter syndrome

Imposter Syndrome – Fact or fiction? Our Senior HR Advisor, Daniel Williams, discusses imposter syndrome in the article below.   As HR professionals, we tend to only focus on the low performers at work and how we can improve them. What if we flip reverse this and look at the high performers? They should be… Continue reading

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