The Autumn Budget 2017 has highlighted a number of key points that Employers need to consider for their organisations and people.
The Government has confirmed that it has accepted the recommendations of the Low Pay Commission (LPC)…
The Gig Economy is a labour market characterised by the prevalence of short-term contracts and freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs. A Gig is a job that is temporary or has an uncertain future.
The Taylor Review, published in July…
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Staff appraisals and their link to pay can be one of a manager’s most challenging and contentious moments in their role.
Narrow Quay HR has a bespoke training designed as a package of services to help schools, businesses and health practices…
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Unconscious Bias is a hot topic right now. The progress towards creating a more diverse workforce at all levels is an objective that most employers are focusing on today.
Raising awareness and investing in staff development in this area through…
Barristers HR Support is a hot topic and in its latest move to align the chambers model with current employment practices, the Bar Council is making available, external HR support for barristers.
We have been retained to help chambers and…
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Narrow Quay HR has been appointed by The Bar Council to provide HR expertise to its members, including all barristers and chambers in England and Wales.
Founded in 1894, The Bar Council is the representative body of the Bar of England…
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