bullying in the workplace
Preventing bullying in the workplace should always be a priority for employers. Anti-Bullying Week is taking place in the middle of November. The campaign itself is specifically targeting schools, if you think bullying is an issue that only affects young people, think again.  Earlier this year the results of Bupa’s
Whistleblowing procedure
Do your employees know what a whistleblowing procedure is? More importantly, do you have one in place? During the Covid pandemic there was a surge in the number of employees who were dismissed after making whistleblowing disclosures about Covid-19 related concerns. In fact, it became such a problem that it’s
End of furlough
With the end of the furlough scheme on the 30th September 2021, it’s encouraging to see that the number of planned redundancies isn’t as high as many had feared.  Insolvency Service figures show that 143 employers have submitted 201 HR1 forms (the statutory notification documentation that must be submitted in
Exit Sign - Employee reluctance to return to the workplace
Have you experienced employee reluctance to return to the workplace as a degree of normality returns? It’s been an emotional rollercoaster since the Covid-19 pandemic started. And while a lot of people are very happy and relieved about the increasing freedoms we’ve had over the past few months, not everyone
UEFA Euro 2020 Football
UEFA Euro 2020 (delayed from last year) starts on Friday 11th June 2021 and England’s first match is on 13th June 2021, employers should consider how time off should be managed. You may have multiple employees wanting to take time off to watch the Euro 2020 matches. You’ll need to
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