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With a continuing need to avoid unnecessary contact, job interviews may have to be conducted online – here’s how you can prepare.
RIDDOR (The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) is the law that requires employers – and others in charge of work premises – to report and keep records of certain incidents at work. For Covid-19 cases, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has clarified that, in certain circumstances, employers must report new cases of Covid-19.
What happens when we go back to work after the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown? We answer question currently being asked by employers and employees alike.
This post answers some of the most pressing questions employers are likely to have around their legal responsibilities to employees during this unprecedented time.
This guide provides comprehensive answers to the principal questions employers are likely to have, enabling you to decide whether furloughing staff is the right option for your business, and how to best safeguard the wellbeing of your employees.
For many working from home due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, keeping their children busy may be one of the toughest challenges. We’ve rounded up some fantastic resources ideal for keeping the little ones busy whilst you work.
Are you working from home for an extended time due to coronavirus? We share 10 top tips to help you get used to it, as well as ways to increase your productivity
With the current coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, this may be the first time some of your team have had to work from home, whilst others may be used to it.
You will no doubt be aware of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and we wanted to provide some information that your business can share with staff in order to minimise the risk of being infected by the virus. This may change as Government guidance is issued or updated.
Managing the performance of a workforce in its entirety requires an understanding of the performance profile of all individual members of staff within it. HR Advise Me can help employers to identify the common ways in which employees may underperform and the reasons behind them.
If you haven’t already started a dialogue with your staff on the EU Settlement Scheme, then the following information will also be useful to help you do that too.
Types of grievances raised in the workplace can stem from issues relating to discrimination, bullying and harassment, pay and working conditions.
Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes. They are open to everyone aged 16 or above. Employers wishing to hire apprentices should be aware that their management of the apprenticeship must meet certain conditions.
Knowing the rights of employees is essential for employers when devising appropriate flu-related policies — particularly with regard to the provision of flu jabs in the workplace.
Recent research into the psychological welfare of the UK’s workforce – and of professionals working in the finance sector in particular – has profound ramifications for both workers and businesses. It is advisable for employers to familiarise themselves with a range of legislation in order to anticipate and prevent disputes relating to mental health.
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