Why Out Of Date Employment Contracts Are Asking For Trouble

Why Out Of Date Employment Contracts Are Asking For Trouble 1) They’re leaving you vulnerable to legal action In recent years, there have been lots of updates and changes to

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5 steps businesses can take to get the best out of home workers

5 steps businesses can take to get the best out of home workers Home working quickly became the norm for businesses up and down the country when Covid-19 and Lockdown

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Does Covid-19 render an employee disabled?

Does Covid-19 render an employee disabled? As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to rage, doctors and scientists are learning more about the virus and the long-term effects that it can have

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Moving Forward: Employer Support Post-Furlough

Moving Forward: Employer Support Post-Furlough In a speech to Parliament on Wednesday 8th July, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a number of schemes which would look to provide further support

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The problem with overlooking ‘soft and fluffy’ HR

The problem with overlooking ‘soft and fluffy’ HR Over the last ten years of advising many hundreds of different owner-managed businesses across a vast range of different sectors, it has

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Client case study: Inspire North Leeds

Client case study: Inspire North Leeds Client: Inspire North Industry/Sector: Charity How it all began Leeds charity Community Links is an award-winning non-profit provider of mental health and wellbeing services

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Settlement agreements, Redundancies and Covid-19

Settlement agreements, Redundancies and Covid-19 Without a doubt, the Covid-19 crisis is having a significant impact upon many SME businesses and whilst the furlough scheme has provided a safety net

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Flexible Furlough Scheme

Flexible Furlough Scheme On Friday night at around 10.00pm, HMRC released details of the flexible furlough scheme, which starts on 1 July 2020.  Under this scheme, employees no longer need

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HM Treasury Update – Furlough and Employees on Family Friendly Leave

HM Treasury Update – Furlough and Employees on Family Friendly Leave  On 9th June, HM Treasury announced that people on paternity and maternity leave who return to work in the

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Childcare and Covid-19: What can an Employer do?

Childcare and Covid-19: What can an Employer do? This afternoon we are expecting the Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson to announce that the government will be making a U-turn in respect

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