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Commonwealth Games 2014

Now that the Olympics are over many people are now setting their sights on the Commonwealth Games that will be held in Glasgow in 2014. Olympic fever has meant that many employees have offered to volunteer at the Commonwealth Games, have you as an employer thought about the effect this could have on your business? […]

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Employee “Burnout”

Employee burnout is rapidly becoming an issue for employers as 30% of those surveyed said that it is a common problem in their organisations. Excessive workloads are cited as the main reason for employee burnout which could result in increased time off, repeated lateness and a reduction in productivity. Some said causes of employee burnout […]

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What you need to know about RTI PAYE changes.

Changes to the current payroll system are being made which means from the 6th of April companies that are registered as PAYE will have to provide real time information to HMRC. What? Employers are now required to report deductions prior to or at the time of paying staff, rather than reporting deductions once a year. […]

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Employee Mentoring

Sometimes we all need someone to lean on to help guide us towards the person we want to be. The idea behind employee mentoring is to give people an effective way to progress their career, develop their potential and improve their performance. Ideally the mentor/mentee relationship should be a partnership rather than a formal working […]

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Shared Maternity Leave Proposal

Plans for shared parental leave announced by government The Government has proposed a new Children and Families Bill this will offer both parents the opportunity to care for a new born baby. The plans will allow parents to ‘mix and match’ the care between them for during the first year. It also aims to extend […]

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Employee Development

As an employer you expect your employees to invest their time and effort into your business but what about your investment? It should not end once they’ve signed on the dotted line of the contract, this should only be the beginning. Spending time and money on staff development should be part of your commitment to […]

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Dress Code – It’s a Balancing Act.

There has been a lot made of the “Eweida” ruling at the European Court of Human Rights this week but how does this affect your business? As an employer you must be aware of the Equality Act 2010 which protects employees from discrimination in the workplace. This week we have seen from the European Court […]

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Getting the Balance Right?

Smart phones, iPads, blackberry’s and the rest… all great technologies that allow us to stay in touch with friends and loved ones… and work! What does it mean for our worklife balance, well nothing if you have the discipline to keep it switched off. However, if something major is going on in the business it […]

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