Following the most recent changes regarding the Covid19 Pandemic (1st April 2022), we are receiving many enquiries from businesses who are still unsure where they stand in terms of managing the workplace and their employees safely. We hope this blog gives some clarity and guidance as we continue into the
According to the charity “Wellbeing of Women”, around 900,000 women have left their jobs because of the menopause. The charity are encouraging Employers to get on board with and sign the Menopause Workplace Pledge. The pledge has already seen over 600 Companies sign up, including The BBC, Royal Mail and The
Last week, our HR Consultancy team headed to London to attend a fantastic mock tribunal hosted by BDB Pitmans. Here, our Senior HR Consultant, Hannah Savill, discusses her key takeaways. So far, I have never had to attend a tribunal or prepare for one (which I am very grateful of!).
A probationary period is a trial period of employment at the start of a new role. It is good practice to make proper use of a probationary period with either a new staff member or an existing employee in a new role. By having a probationary period in place, both
Now that the first Covid-19 vaccinations are being administered, it makes sense that you’re probably beginning to wonder about the implications this may have on the workplace and whether you can request your employees to be vaccinated. We’ve done some research and have put together a q&a to help you