A warm welcome to our newest clients

We’ve welcomed a host of new clients to the Howarths family in the first quarter of 2019. First up, we’re moving outside the county lines and are delighted that Lincolnshire

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Howarths tackles mental health head on!

Mental health can be a difficult topic to tackle. At work, it’s not always easy to open up to colleagues, whether you’re suffering from a diagnosed mental health condition or

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Client Case Study: The Leeds United Foundation

Understanding an evolving organisational culture to drive performance The Leeds United Foundation is the official charity for Leeds United Football Club. Part of the Leeds family, the charity aims to

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MD Update

The team here at Howarths is really excited about what 2019 has in store. A New Year always gives us fresh impetus to push on and challenge ourselves to do

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FREE Event: How to stay dry in the Employment Tribunal storm.

Employment Tribunals spell bad weather for your business. So how do you avoid them? The answer’s simple; join us as we show you just what your business needs to do

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Gender pay gap slowly closing, but not for over-60s

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released statistics on differences in pay between women and men by age, region, full-time and part-time work, and occupation as compiled from the

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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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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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