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All Change in April…

Are you prepared for these three employment law changes? April 2013 sees a number of employment law changes come into effect that will have an impact on all employers, large … Read More »

Help us raise money for Comic Relief 2013

Following the success of last years Business Outlook market intelligence report raising valuable funds for charity, we are introducing our 2013 Business Outlook Survey, specifically designed to gain a snapshot … Read More »

Top Networking Tips

Networking is an integral part of any organisations marketing plan; developing new business on a face-to-face basis reaps rewards in the long run; powerful networking focuses on building connections NOT … Read More »

Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE) Employment Law Seminar

Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) is one of the fastest changing areas of employment law.   What is TUPE?: TUPE, is the main piece of legislation … Read More »

Three Employment Law Changes in 2013

As a result of “The Red Tape Challenge” on employment law; where rules and regulations were published online so businesses could feedback to the Government what caused them the most … Read More »

Dealing with ‘difficult’ interviews

It’s not just interviewees that need to be well prepared, interviewers need to be too; and there is nothing more time consuming than dealing with a difficult interviewee. Here is … Read More »

Absenteeism… The true cost and how to control it

One of the most challenging workplace issues, for any employer – large or small, is how to correctly handle problems caused by an employee’s ill health.   Proactive absence management … Read More »

Are you encouraging “Wellbeing at Work”?

According to research by Insurance Company, AXA, stress levels have doubled in four years. Mental health issues such as stress, anxiety and depression have become a significant cause of long-term … Read More »

The Social Media Phenomenon – Employment Law Seminar

Employment Tribunals have seen a growth in cases related to internet and email misuse, and employers are right to be increasingly concerned about personal use of social media by employees. … Read More »

Focus On… Vetting & Barring Scheme Changes 2012

As an employer, voluntary organisation or charity, you may wish to engage people to work with vulnerable groups including children; this may require the organisation to obtain a Criminal Records … Read More »