UK Employees Nervous to Discuss Mental Health at Work

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Employees are becoming increasingly fearful of discussing mental health in the workplace. This is despite investment into mental health first aid within organisations. What are the mental health statistics? Nearly half of all UK employees fear being honest in the workplace about any mental health issues they may have. A recent poll by MHR of… Continue reading

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11 Reasons to Hire a (Under) Graduate Student

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11 Reasons to Hire a (Under) Graduate Student In this article, our Senior HR advisor, Daniel Williams, discusses why employers should look at hiring graduate and undergraduate students.   The country’s biggest graduate and undergraduate schemes are reaching the end of their admissions window and as deadlines approach for those looking to start this year,… Continue reading

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Mental Health First Aid│Health and Safety

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Mental Health First Aid│Health and Safety In this article, our H & S Consultant, Colin Jones, discusses Mental health first aid   The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have updated their guidance, from 2018, employers need to consider covering Mental Health First Aid training in addition to First Aid at Work training.   A number… Continue reading

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Employment Law Update │September 2021

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Employment Law Update │September 2021   James Mallon, our HR Business Partner, provides an employment law update for September 2021.   Right To Work Checks: Amended Process Extended Employers may know that during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government relaxed the rules on Right To Work checks.  We have previously written about the importance of these… Continue reading

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CIPD push for ethnicity pay gap reports to become compulsory

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CIPD push for ethnicity pay gap reports to become compulsory   An analysis has found that only 13 of the FTSE 100 currently report their ethnicity pay gap voluntarily. This low minority has encouraged a call for mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting to be introduced in the next 2 years. The CIPD Call Upon Government… Continue reading

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National insurance increase could hurt recruitment

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National Insurance Increase Could Hurt Recruitment Businesses have expressed concern about the government’s plan to increase National Insurance starting in 2022. Experts have urged HR departments to find a way to mitigate the impact on the lowest earners.   What is happening? Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on 7th September 2021 that starting from April… Continue reading

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Scotland Set To Trial 4 Day Working Week

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Scotland Set To Trial 4 Day Working Week   The Scottish government has announced their intention to reduce working time through the trial of a 4-day working week. A spokesperson for the Scottish government announced that the £10 million pilot scheme aims to explore the benefits and drawbacks for businesses. The decision to trial a… Continue reading

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A Guide for Employers: Data Subject Access Requests

Data Subject Access Requests

A Guide for Employers: Data Subject Access Requests In this article, our Senior HR Consultant, Daniel Williams, discusses how employers can handle data Subject Access Requests.   Since the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2018, businesses are increasingly tasked with obeying Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR/SAR). An individual can make these… Continue reading

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Senior National Account Manager Vacancy

Senior National Account Manager

oneHR are hiring for the position of Senior National Account Manager.   oneHR is a forward-thinking, rapidly growing HR tech business.  The business is part of a group that provides HR, Health and Safety, and Employment Law advice across the UK.   We are able to provide a holistic approach to our clients by providing… Continue reading

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Employment Law Update | August 2021

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Employment Law Update | August 2021  James Mallon, our HR Business Partner, provides us with an Employment Law Update for August 2021.   Coronavirus Updates   As employers may know, from Monday 16th August 2021, a person who:   Has had both vaccinations at least 14 days prior to contact with a positive case; is… Continue reading

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