How to deal with resignations

What should you do when someone resigns??, a quandary that perhaps you have faced, are facing, or will do in the future. Thing is how should a resignation from an Employee be handled. In our article we explore, legal requirements, how to acknowledge (and pitfalls of not doing) of course what to include in your […]

As an Employer or HR Manager how can you manage EURO2024

With the Football EURO2024 EURO2024 taking place from 14 June 2204 through to the final taking place on 14 July 2024. In our article we take a look at how manage this in your workplace, including the most appropriate leave, sickness and absence and watching TV’s in your workplace. Why not take a read today: […]

As an Employer can you prevent your Employees discussing their pay/salary

In your company it will be highly likely that your Employees have varying rates of pay. The discussion of pay amongst your team may well be an issue and one that you have decided to enforce a ‘ban’ in the workplace. in our article today we go over this subject, taking a look at: is […]

Understanding Unfair Dismissal your Employer

In the UK, the concept of fair treatment in the workplace is enshrined in various employment laws and regulations, and one of the key components of this is the protection against unfair dismissal. As an Employer and HR teams you play a pivotal role in ensuring that Employees are treated fairly and that dismissals are […]

Employment Tribunal Awards and Limits for 2024

Each year the Employment Law Tribunal awards and limits are updated, and rates are updated annually. These are now live as of April 2024. Whilst as an Employer you may feel that facing an Employment Tribunal may never apply to you, as always, we advise that you have the most modern and relevant HR and […]

Statutory Payments have increased, as an Employer you legally need to pay the minimum

Each year statutory payments, employment rates and limits increase, this occurs in April each year, all in all the rises will impact national minimum wage rates, statutory redundancy payments, statutory sickness payments, and employment tribunal awards. As an Employer, you are legally obliged to meet these minimum requirements, a failure to do so could lead […]

Pay and how it will affect Employers in April 2024

In our article we take you through 3 important pay changes that as an Employer and your HR team need to be prepared for. Below are the 3 changes coming into force, we also have included the dates they go live. Let’s take a look: There are significant increases this year, along with a change […]

Managing the menopause and all three phases in your workplace

The Menopause is considered to be a natural phase in a woman’s life, it brings with it a myriad of physical and emotional changes. In reality for so many its impact often extends beyond an individual’s personal realm; it has an adverse effect on an individual’s professional life as well, there are three phases and […]

Understanding the importance of health and wellbeing practices in the workplace

In today’s fast-paced corporate world, the importance of prioritising Employee health and wellbeing in the workplace cannot be overstated. Not only is it crucial for fostering a positive work environment, but it also has a direct impact on the overall success and sustainability of your business. As an Employer, it is imperative to understand the […]

Changes to flexible working legislation loom on the horizon

Coming into force on 6 April 2024 are changes to flexible working. Under the Act (Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Act 2023), all Employees will have the right to request flexible working from day one of employment (rather than after completing 26 weeks which is the current position). Additionally, Employees will also be able to make […]