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      Masterclass in Preparedness – Getting ready to return to work after COVID

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      With lockdown easing up and the prospect of returning to work causing many to feel anxious — due to spending the last three months being told to stay at home, respect social distancing and losing touch with a work routine — it’s vital for workplaces to evaluate the best ways to re-introduce staff successfully and […]

      How To: Write a redundancy letter

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      By Andrew Willis, Head of Legal at employment law and HR consultancy, Croner Letters are the primary way of keeping employees in the know regarding redundancy. The UK employment law requires you to issue letters at all stages throughout the process. But how do you start writing such an important letter? And what should you include in each […]

      Masterclass in Preparedness – Getting ready to return to work after COVID

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      With lockdown easing up and the prospect of returning to work causing many to feel anxious — due to spending the last three months being told to stay at home, respect social distancing and losing touch with a work routine — it’s vital for workplaces to evaluate the best ways to re-introduce staff successfully and […]

      One in three employers say staff morale is rising in lockdown

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      Weeks of lockdown have failed to make a dent in employee engagement, with many employers reporting that engagement levels have gone up since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, according to research from employment specialists XpertHR. A survey of 264 HR professionals conducted over a 24-hour period to April 30th found that: • One in […]

      Over a third of employees have been bullied at work in the last 3 years

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      A new study has revealed the extent of bullying in the workplace, with 71% of employees in the UK saying they have either experienced or witnessed bullying at work over the same period. Employment law specialists Kew Law has conducted a major new survey around workplace bullying. They asked employees of 131 companies in the […]

      Get your free working from home health and safety digital toolkit

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      UK companies are to be given free access to mobile inspection app and digital platform iAuditor from SafetyCulture, to help manage the working from home concerns of employers and employees during the Coronavirus crisis. The offer is aimed at HR teams, who have found it difficult to conduct risk assessments, quickly and at scale, following rapid […]

      Coronavirus: Are your working from home policies up to date?

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      By Alan Price, HR expert and CEO at BrightHR With coronavirus cases continuing to increase, an option that many employers should be exploring right now is permitting staff to work from home. While some companies may already have homeworking agreements in place, for others this may be a first-time scenario. Whatever the situation, there are a […]

      2020 workplace predictions

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      By Nicole Alvino, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Office, SocialChorus The battle against “fake news” in the workplace will come to a head In 2019, we saw the proliferation of “fake news” spill out of the political sphere and make its way into organisations. Companies are now battling new frontiers we’ve never seen before – from the […]

      Can your boss legally reject a holiday request, even though you’ve booked flights?

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      We’ve all been tempted before. You start browsing flights to exotic locations on Skyscanner and spot a bargain. You want to book them before they increase in price but you haven’t submitted a holiday request yet. Can your boss legally reject your holiday request even though you have booked the flights? Alan Price, CEO and HR […]

      How to keep employees happy and productive during a heatwave

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      A heatwave is predicted across the UK this week. The Met Office and Public Health England have jointly issued a level two ‘alert and readiness’ warning with temperatures predicted to hit 37°C in some parts of the country. But what should employers do when the mercury rises? XpertHR offers advice to employers around the legalities of working in […]