HR support for large organisations

  1. As we look ahead to 2020, we expect the Parental Bereavement (Pay and Leave) Act to come into force in April. There is currently no specific provision for a parent to receive time off or pay if their child dies. The Parental Bereavement (Pay and Leave) Act provides a right to two weeks of time […]

  2. As the year draws to a close there has been a number of employment cases that have shaped the Employment Law advice and guidelines for businesses in 2019. We review 5 key cases and provide practical advice for employers. 1. Perceived direct disability discrimination In the case of Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey the […]

  3. With the festive party season upon us, we review the 5 key HR challenges facing businesses and provide practical advice to help you have trouble-free company Christmas parties. Are you concerned about staff behaviour at your Christmas party? Get in touch with our expert Employment Law team today for HR Advice. Our Top 5 Tips […]

  4. There are countless online resources offering employers HR advice , but not all are as useful as they could be. In order to get the most from these resources, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 resources for free HR advice when you just need a little guidance or assistance that you can rely […]

  5. With many retailers already revealing their Black Friday deals it’s set to be bigger and crazier than ever this year. What are the issues affecting UK businesses on Black Friday 2019 ? We review 3 key HR challenges facing employers and provide practical guidance to help you manage your staff. Get in touch with our […]

  6. The performance management process is an ongoing one comprising of many different elements, including good communication and clear goal setting. It should be viewed as a continuous cycle rather than a one-off event to get the best out of your staff and work towards achieving your business objectives. [su_youtube url=”https://youtu.be/9RcuWu6s0IA”] Effective Performance Management Process | […]

  7. In a recent employment tribunal case, an employer has been found guilty of failing to make temporary reasonable adjustments for a disabled employee, which, as a result, cost the employer in excess of £75,000 in an employment tribunal award. Employers have a legal duty under Equality Act 2010 (s.20) to make reasonable adjustments for disabled […]

  8. An employer should be aware that there are certain circumstances where a dismissal could be an automatically unfair dismissal, this is regardless of whether the employee has completed the normal qualifying period (2 years) for an ordinary unfair dismissal claim. Below is not an exhaustive list, but covers the most common circumstances where an employee […]