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In this article for Finance Monthly, Pam Loch and Bruce Jenner look at why employers need to be more proactive in addressing mental health issues in the workplace and discuss some simple steps that financial institutions and financial services firms can take to show their commitment to employee wellbeing.
How can employers manage the risks associated with their employees using WhatsApp and social media messaging apps during working hours. Pam provides an insight into what the risks are and provides advice for employers in this article for HR Magazine.
One of the most common problems we encounter working with our clients is when an employee acts dishonestly, including when they fraudulently take money from the company for their own personal use. This blog looks at the importance of a conducting a thorough investigation.
Loch Associates Group wins Best Business 1-25 employees in the Times of Tunbridge Wells Business Awards 2019.
Pam Loch and Bruce Jenner explore the issues of obesity in the workplace and the implications for employers in this article first published by HR Director.
Pam Loch looks at the risks associated with cutting the salary of an employee and the steps to take to protect your business.
Pam Loch comments on a new EU ruling which could force UK employers to record staff breaks and give staff proof of the hours they work.
Loch Health’s Service Delivery Director Bruce Jenner shares his advice on preventing employees from experiencing stress-related burnout.
Guidance for private sector employers on IR35 tax changes and the implications for using self employed contractors or consultants.
Alex Kiernan, Partner, shared his thoughts on the changing definition of self-employed status with HR Magazine recently following Lorraine Kelly’s win against HMRC’s million pound tax bill.
Pam Loch reflects on the 100 year anniversary of women being allowed to practice as solicitors and non-traditional routes into the profession.
Following the departure of Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin amid allegations of sexual harassment, our Managing Director Pam Loch warns employers against jumping to conclusions when faced with similar allegations.
There is often a fine line between ‘banter’ and abusive behaviour or language. This is exacerbated by the fact that employers are vicariously liable for acts or omissions by employees if they are carried out in the course of their employment.
Having employees is a lot like having a personal relationship so we’ve put together our take on the similarities and what employers can learn from the world of romance.
A recent article by HR Magazine has taken a look into an emerging trend for employers – that of microchipping their employees.
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