HPC Law: Flexible Furlough & Diversity Inclusion

  As usual, this month has been a whirlwind in terms of HR updates and changes. Our legal HR consultant, Daniel Meyer-Lopez has summarised what your business needs to know to stay contractually, legally and culturally in line.   Furlough update   For employers, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) or ‘furlough scheme’ has been… Continue reading

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COVID19 Discretionary Grant Fund for Small Businesses.

COVID19 Discretionary Grant Fund for Small Businesses. Earlier last week the government announced an additional discretionary grant fund for small businesses. This grant is aimed to help those businesses which have fallen between the cracks of other grant schemes. This grant mostly targets small businesses with fixed property-related costs who do not qualify for the… Continue reading

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COVID19 | Returning back to work HR FAQs

COVID19 | Returning back to work HR FAQs   As businesses start to re-open, businesses will be faced with staffing issues.   Returning to work is likely to be ramped up as guidance changes. The current guidance is still that those who can work from home should continue to do so & those who can’t… Continue reading

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We’re here to help | Free Workplace Checklist and Action Plan 

We’re here to help | Free Workplace Checklist and Action Plan  We appreciate this is a very difficult time for every business in the UK. We are determined to help as many businesses and their employees as possible. That is why we have prepared all of the ways we have been helping our clients and how you can… Continue reading

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Guest Blog | How to support employee wellbeing (without telling them).

How to support employee wellbeing (without telling them) In December 2009, Dr Anne Thornpike and her team of colleagues had an idea to improve the staff of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She believed she could improve the eating and drinking habits of thousands of the hospital staff without telling them…   What did they… Continue reading

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