Keeping you in the Picture

They say a change is as good as a rest, and by now you’ve hopefully noticed something a little bit different! Following a successful year which has seen us celebrate

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Our team is expanding!

We’re delighted to have further expanded our HR team with the appointment of two new HR advisors to support our clients. Cath Crane has joined us from clothing and homeware

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Howarths MD Update

Since winning two national family business awards in London in July, it has been all go at Howarths. Winning the awards has given us a new impetus to keep improving

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HR in Yorkshire’s businesses: Have your say!

Here at Howarth’s, we’ve teamed up with the University of Huddersfield to help them deliver an exciting research project. The project is designed to gather the views of businesses just

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Being paid to sleep?

The question as to whether workers who sleep overnight whilst on work related during are entitled to national minimum wage for any time spent sleeping has long been a vexed

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The National Family Business Awards 2018: only 2 weeks to go!

It’s just two weeks until the Howarths team hits London’s Wembley Arena on Saturday 14th July to attend this year’s National Family Business Awards. We’re delighted to be shortlisted in

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Here Comes Summer!

Whilst the sun and warm weather is a welcome sight for most people, it can pose a serious risk for employees who work outdoors. Employees who works outdoors are at

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Restrictive Covenants: The most important set of clauses in a contract of employment?

Every business has information that it considers both integral and invaluable to its success. Often, businesses will want to protect this information and restrict the use of it by employees

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Helping the Express Bi-Folding Doors team become confident with HR

Here at Howarths, we enjoy nothing more than sharing our knowledge of all things HR, employment law and health & safety. Well actually, we do; helping others to become more

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Electromagnetic Fields

Not all businesses have heard of The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016, however this piece of legislation requires all employers to assess employees’ potential exposure to Electromagnetic

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