With 'fire and rehire' becoming an increasingly used practice for employers, we reflect on the risks of this approach and why it should be a last resort.
What Is 'Fire and Rehire'?
There are many instances when you might need to change…
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A study published by ACAS last year shows that over half of employers in Great Britain expect an increase in demand for flexible working from employees after the coronavirus pandemic.
Hybrid working is a type of flexible working where an…
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Could certain words in your job adverts be preventing people from applying for your vacancy? We consider what to look out for when writing a job advert to ensure you're attracting a wide and diverse range of applicants.
Recent investigations into 'gatherings' at Downing Street are being undertaken by Sue Gray, who also investigated claims of a staff party at No. 10 on 18 December 2020, when London was subject to severe restrictions.
Her senior colleague,…
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Date: 9 February 2022
Tune in to our free virtual HR club webinar – GDPR – What you need to know
We would like to invite you to our next HR Club, for which we have invited a guest…
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Recent statistics released by the Department for Work and Pensions show that the employment rate for disabled people was 52.7% vs 81% for non-disabled people, there has been a lack of progress made on gender pay gaps, and there is potential…
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The effects of COVID-19 on your workforce may have been far reaching with the consequences not yet fully known. Such effects have no doubt been compounded by Brexit - so much so, that in many cases it may be difficult to conclude whether it's…
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In order to ease pressure on GPs during the roll-out of the COVID-19 booster programme there has been a temporary adjustment to self-certification rules.
Normally an employee can self-certify their sickness for up to seven consecutive days,…
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Whilst the Government's furlough scheme may have staved off redundancies for the short term, it is highly likely that we will begin to see another rise in redundancies across various industries as we head into the New Year.
Unlike an American…
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