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Employees have a number of rights which must be addressed and accommodated during redundancy, depending on how long they have worked for the business.
Whatever industry you are in, COVID-19 has fundamentally changed how businesses and staff operate. With more employees working from home, there are several unique challenges that employers are having to consider. We round up what employers should do for staff working at home
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a huge toll on many businesses, and its effects are likely to linger. Handling collective redundancies is something some businesses may have to deal with
Taking up references prior to new starters joining the team should be common practice, but what about other checks? ‘Right to Work’ checking is a legal requirement with criminal penalties if you fail to comply. Yet this is an example of how critical these pre-employment checks are
Many of us have been working remotely at home due to Covid-19 and for those who can continue doing so, this is not likely to change for the foreseeable future. But how well suited are we for this and could psychometric testing for remote workers help?
If you’re asking yourself, ‘has my business committed furlough fraud’, you may be questioning if you used the scheme correctly. Here is our guide…
Managing the effects of obesity in the workplace can be hugely effective in avoiding absence in the future. Here’s what you should be doing…
Over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, many of us have had to adapt to remote working and whilst many organisations have put a temporary hold on recruiting and onboarding new employees, some companies are still actively recruiting for roles that are essential to sustaining and growing their business, despite these difficult and uncertain times. Here is our guide to the virtual onboarding of new employees.
Whatever the size of your business, any return to work may be subject to carrying out a health & safety risk assessment.
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.
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