Employment Law Update | November 2021

Employment law

Employment Law Update | November 2021 James Mallon, our HR Business Partner, provides us with updates to employment law for the month of November 2021, Raising Disability at a Disciplinary Hearing/Probationary Review The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Stott v Ralli Ltd held that an employer had not discriminated against an employee with a… Continue reading

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The Top 10 Communication Skills

Communication

The Top 10 Communication Skills In this article, our Senior HR advisor, Dan Williams, discusses the top 10 communication skills employers should look for in a new recruit. 1. Emotional Intelligence Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and manage your emotions so as to communicate effectively, avoid stress, overcome challenges and empathise with others. It’s… Continue reading

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Pronouns: Getting it Right

Pronouns

Pronouns: Getting it Right In this article, our Senior HR advisor, Daniel Williams, discusses how employers should handle pronouns in the workplace. What Are Pronouns? Pronouns are the words we use in place of a noun to address a person. For example, instead of ‘man’, we use he/him/his, for ‘woman’, she/her/hers. However, it goes beyond that… Continue reading

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Autumn Budget 2021

Autumn Budget

Autumn Budget 2021 The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the contents of the 2021 autumn budget in the House of Commons on the 27th October 2021. The budget set out the government’s plan for taxation and spending for the upcoming year. Rishi Sunak said the plans were focused on a “post-Covid era” and would pave… Continue reading

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Work-Related Illness (WRI)│Health and Safety

Work-related illness

Work-Related Illness (WRI)│Health and Safety In this article, our H & S Consultant, Colin Jones, discusses Work-Related Illness (WRI) What is Work-Related Illness? Work-related illness is any health condition caused or made worse by, your job. This can include sudden injuries, such as a slip or trip, or ‘slow’ injuries, such as the development of… Continue reading

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