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Pregnancy Risk Assessments

          As an employer you have a legal duty to protect pregnant women at work from any work related risks. Once an employer has been informed in writing that an employee is a new or expectant mother, the employer needs to complete a risk assessment that identifies any risk to the […]

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Pregnancy in the Workplace

  Pregnant employees have legal rights in your workplace. From maternity leave, maternity pay, ante-natal care right through to risk assessments – it is your responsibility to treat a pregnant employee fairly and without discrimination. There are many minefields in this area but the key facts are pregnant employees have the right to: paid time […]

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Work Life Balance

Providing your employees with the elusive work life balance whilst also ensuring the smooth running of your business is not easy. Flexible working is one of the ways you can help your employees get that balance and is also a great perk to offer to your existing and prospective employees. There are various options to […]

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Will SME’s be able to avoid TUPE?

Last week we blogged about the expansion of the Red Tape Regulation freeze, this now covers SME’s with less than 50 employees. Now under the Employment Law overhaul it is expected that TUPE regulations will be included under this “freeze”. Under current regulations, if a business if bought over, all the employees are protected under […]

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Bank Holiday Entitlements

  The UK is the home of the bank holiday; we currently have 8 permanent bank holidays a year, none of which normally require a deckchair or sun umbrella! As an employer you need to know the facts about bank holidays and your employees’ entitlement (or lack of!): Employees do not have a statutory right […]

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Our 5 Simple Tips on Compromise Agreements

What are Compromise Agreements? A compromise agreement is a contract between employer and employee. The employee receives a compensatory payment in exchange for giving up their employment rights to make a claim to tribunal.   Five key things to remember when dealing with a Compromise Agreements. Entering negotiation – treat this as a grown up conversation. […]

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Small Business Support

Many SME’s are missing out on essential HR advice and solutions which could benefit their business as they don’t think they have the cash flow to allow for something they may see as an extravagance. As a SME ourselves we know that getting value for money is important to your business. That is why at […]

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Shared Parental Leave

          There is a Government Consultation open on the new shared parental leave bill allowing employers the opportunity to submit their view on how this new system should be managed. The Children and Families Bill will be submitted through parliament later this year and could have a major effect on all […]

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Implementation of Flexible Working

There are various ways for you to introduce flexible working into your business; compressed working hours; flexitime; job sharing and many others. Once you have agreed the best form of flexible working for your business you need to look at implementation. To implement any of these options you need to firstly ensure your Manager’s are […]

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Mental Health – Are You Aware?

Has the economic climate had an effect on our mental health? Longer hours Money worries Threat of redundancy or  Unemployment All  these things can take a toll on your employees and in turn will affect your business. Did you know that as an employer you have a duty of care as set out in both Statutory […]

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