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The HR Headmistress' blog
7th August 2019
Over the last couple of weeks, I have been advising a small employer how to progress a situation with a long-term employee, Sonny, who had a baby about three years ago and is struggling badly. Sonny had a pre-existing mental impairment anyway,...
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5th December 2018
Not all job roles can be flexible. Some have to be in the office or the factory, or wherever the place of work is. But many can be.
What do employees want and how should they adapt?
Think of work as an activity, not a specific location and choose...
Wed 5th Dec 2018 | Tagged as:
31st January 2018
Employees qualify for statutory redundancy pay if they have two years’ continuous service. Redundancy payment is based on a week’s pay, which is currently capped at £489 a week
Recently a client asked us the following question:...
Wed 31st Jan 2018 | Tagged as:
6th December 2016
Although we’re only a week into December (plenty of time left for Christmas shopping!) the commercial Christmas season has been with us for some time. I think the first glitter of tinsel was spotted by a team member in August this year.
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