For most people, a redundancy process is a deeply personal matter. It can undermine the beliefs and values that have been shaped and defined over a significant period of their working lives. When someone is told that they are no longer needed or that the role they perform is no longer important it can be… Continue reading Redundancy – Getting it right for your Employees
The workplace can be a challenging environment and can test even the most tenacious employee. Headcount reductions, deadlines, rivalry, and organisational change can all impact an individual’s capacity to cope and thrive at work. Equally, managers and leaders are often under significant pressure and may not realise how their actions contribute to the levels of… Continue reading Why Resilience matters to your business.
From 8th June, the UK introduced the requirement to self-isolate for 14 days upon return from most overseas travel. The requirement to self-isolate requires those entering the country to remain at their address for 14 days. The requirement is mandatory and those who fail to comply will commit a criminal offence. These rules will have… Continue reading Are Employees entitled to be paid during travel quarantine?
Join us for a free HR Forum on Monday, 22nd June at 12:30 where Susannah Brade-Waring and Janell White, will be discussing how HR and Leadership teams can rebuild trust at work as business transition back to work post Covid. The pandemic has provided many leaders the ability to increase their trust bank balance by… Continue reading HR Forum – Rebuilding Trust at Work.
Employers must urgently start planning what happens next in terms of the working arrangements of their furloughed employees. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has recently been extended until 31st October 2020 and from 1st July, will offer Employers greater flexibility in being able to return their Employee's to work who are on furlough leave. But… Continue reading Furlough – How to decide which Employee’s return to work first.