Three top tips for delivering negative feedback

Three Top Tips For Delivering Negative Feedback I don’t think I’ve met anyone who actually enjoys delivering negative feedback. And it’s easy to understand why. Having to tell someone that

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Why Out Of Date Employment Contracts Are Asking For Trouble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 different areas of employment law legislation, including areas like holiday

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Employment References: Myth busting!

Requesting job references can be a really useful tool to help you decide if a candidate is suitable for the job and most employers make employment contingent on receipt of

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Holiday Pay and Overtime

The key point to remember when considering holiday pay is that workers should receive the same pay while they are on annual leave as they normally receive while they are

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Is Natalie continually late to work?

There is very little more infuriating to an employer than an employee who is continually late for work. Every now and then is fine, that’s life, but when it becomes

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Is Sarah always browsing the internet at work?

We’ve all been there. You are walking through the office rushing to a meeting, up to your eye-balls in work-stress, and as you pass through, over a colleague’s shoulder as

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Is Andy always off sick on a Monday?

Often a tricky problem for employers to deal with. Is the employee genuinely sick, or are they taking a three day weekend after a heavy Saturday night? There are a

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How could Brexit affect the people you employ in your business?

I’ll get straight to the point; since the referendum in June 2016, there hasn’t been much action on the issue of how leaving the EU will affect employment law in

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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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Dress Codes and Discrimination – Things to consider

The government has recently published new guidelines on how employers can ensure that their dress codes are not discriminatory. The guidance was issued following an inquiry into employer dress codes

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