27 March 2020
Organisations are re-arranging how they work and consider how best to restructure their businesses to survive the impacts of the coronavirus. Here we give some HR guidance on adapting to new ways of working.
12 March 2020
Your staff and employee health and safety concerns should be your first and foremost concern during the coronavirus crisis. But there are a number of questions organisations should have answers to during this time of uncertainty.
28 February 2020
As the feelings of wellbeing are fundamental to the overall health of an individual, it’s become essential for businesses to understand more about this area. What is your organisation doing?
27 January 2020
Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018 (also known as Jack's Law) will be effective from April 2020. This article looks at how employers can go beyond the legislation and support their employees holistically.
16 December 2019
Employees can rate their employer just as easily as their latest purchase. Employee voice will become more important in 2020, especially with the recommendations in Matthew Taylor’s review. How are you supporting your employees?
29 November 2019
Each employer will encourage good professional relationships in the work place. When a relationship moves from a working relationship to a personal relationship to what extent do you, as an employer, have a say?
25 October 2019
Flexibility in the workplace is high on the agenda due to the recommendations in the Taylor Review and the Government’s Good Work Plan. What should your organisation consider doing to attract and retain talent?
27 September 2019
Bereavement policies – Many people see their pets as their family, but if a pet passes away, does your bereavement policy recognise this loss?
30 August 2019
The government has recognised that employee engagement is a valuable commodity for an organisation to harness. Good employee engagement helps to increase an organisation’s productivity. But how do you measure and build engagement effectively?
22 August 2019
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is starting to focus on organisations posting ‘implausible’ data. Would your gender pay gap data stand if it came under scrutiny?