The speed of the introduction of Furlough leave left many questions unanswered last week. As promised, we’ve rounded up some further details for you, as more information about the scheme has become available.
The coronavirus picture continues to change daily, with renewed challenges for HR staff and business leaders alike.
As we noted in our update yesterday, the usual rules for sick certification will not apply for those who are self-isolating due to possible Coronavirus exposure.
As always, HR is in the front line. Your teams are already dealing with the realities of plans for dealing with workplace closures and staff being absent for a variety of reasons.
Coronavirus is dominating the news. We have watched it spread from China, across the Middle East and it is very much taking hold in Europe over the past few days. Now is the time to think about how this might affect your business and its employees, with the range of possible impacts from staff going off sick to full workplace closure.
As seasoned HR practitioners are all too aware, a tricky employee relations issue is seldom resolved by leaving it alone for months on end.
As we’ve mentioned, the coming weeks will be busy as employers gear up for more changes than usual come the new tax year. Read on for the key ones:
Ethical veganism is accepted as a belief that’s protected under the Equality Act 2010.
The Information Commissioner (ICO) has launched a consultation on its Draft Right of Access Guidance. This represents a chance to have your say on how the ICO advises dealing with request for personal data.
Tea Break Time: our latest bite-sized excerpt is on Whistleblowing, a relatively recent phenomenon but one we are seeing more and more of.