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Guest Blog: Auto Enrolment, there’s a flood coming!

Keeping in with this month’s theme of employee benefits –  we have something a little different for this week’s blog. Justin Corliss, from AGL Corporate Services has written an insightful guide on how to deal with Auto Enrolment for pensions; ___   ___   ___   ___   ___   ___   ___   ___ […]

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Find out what your staff really want

Continuing on from last week’s blog about flexible benefits; As an employer, it is crucial for you to understand what benefits your staff really want. In recent years the focus has shifted from benefits such as gym memberships and holidays to long term benefits such as health insurance and pensions. In previous years, the benefits […]

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What are flexible benefits?

Flexible benefit packages give employees choice! They can choose the benefits that best suit their needs and lifestyles.  They can also help both small and large employers share the costs of coverage with their employees, while providing them with a competitive benefits package. Before implementing you need to decide how much choice you want to […]

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2014 Employment Law Round Up

This year has seen some exciting developments in employment law. Some of the highlights that could have an impact on you and our employees are outlined below: – –  Shared Parental Leave – Employees with at least 26 weeks service are able to take shared parental leave as an alternative to the full maternity leave […]

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Managing Different Religions and Cultures through the Christmas Period

It can be easy to get swept up in the excitement of Christmas but bear in mind that some of your employees might not celebrate Christmas and could be feeling a little put out. It’s your job as an employer to make sure that all of your employees are treated with respect, no matter what […]

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Redundancy

        Thankfully the economic climate in the UK seems to be slowly improving however sadly there are still businesses affected, which may result in redundancy. If you have reviewed other alternatives and find yourself in a position where redundancy is the only option, do not panic! Redundancy handled well can be a […]

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Simple Stress Management Quiz

 In today’s world we are able to access our work email from all over the globe, this means you can stay on top of everything that is going on around you but what does it mean to your day’s off …. Not being able to switch off can be damaging not only to your work […]

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Simple Time Management Quiz

Time Management – do you plan ahead? Or do you not have time for that? We all have days that are just too short but when you feel like this every day do you need to start gaining some control over your diary? Why not take our quiz to determine how well you manage your time?

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Parental Leave Increase

Men and women are entitled to parental leave if they have dependants under the age of five or a child who receives disability allowance. On 8th March 2013 this entitlement was increased from 13 weeks to 18 weeks unpaid parental leave per child. For each child who receives disability allowance, the parent is entitled to […]

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Keeping in Touch (KIT) Days

Employees being paid SMP are able to attend work for up to a maximum of ten days during their maternity leave, this includes adoption or additional paternity leave. There is no obligation on the employee to attend KIT days nor is there any obligation on the employer to offer them. However, keeping in touch days […]

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