Training & DevelopmentManagement Training A range of engaging, interactive 4-hour management training modules that are delivered in-house and tailored to your business. Executive Coaching Coaching for business leaders and owners looking to tune and improve their management and leadership skills. HR Insight Workshops Our HR Insights Workshops are complimentary sessions on a range to subjects. The sessions
Employment Law Workshop (April 2018)17 April 2018, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Greater insight into Employment Law in the UK Practical application of regulations to real life workplace scenarios Understanding the potential areas of risk that are common in the workplace Insight into good employment practices and the expectations for reasonable employers Understanding the importance
We are all familiar with the concept of giving or receiving notice whether as an employer or as an employee. The requirement for notice to be given is understood by everyone however, whilst this might seem like a rather straight forward process, there are circumstances that make even the most experienced managers hesitant about a way forward. So in this blog we decided to look at some of these circumstances and to clarify how notice provisions should apply.
Sickness is part of life for everyone and as such it is inevitably a part of the working life. Employers big or small have to deal with sickness absence and this is typically never easy or something that managers look forward to doing. In this post we give you some tips on managing absence and having those difficult conversations.
Putting together a Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan is something that many businesses put off. It feels like a low priority and spending time planning for things which you hope will never happen can seem like a luxury. However, it really is a sensible thing to have in place so find out what your plan should cover in this blog post.
Recent media reports are suggesting that there will be a real talent shortage following Brexit. So, how do you go about attracting talent when simply competing on salary and benefits isn’t something that’s an option for many SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises)?
Recently we’ve met with client after client who are struggling with the same thing – people management. The people management skill levels of line managers is generally low not just for our clients but it is a widely recognised skills gap overall in the UK. Is there a different way to manage people that we need to be thinking about?
What do you do if an employee is sick on a bank or public holiday? Do they have the right to take the time on a different day? Is there really anything left that we haven’t told you about holiday?!! Find out in our blog post.
It is typically quite straight forward when we think about a rewards package for our employees – it’s a salary and maybe some commission or bonus scheme. This is understandable. It’s the way that things have always been. But isn’t it about time we rethink our reward practices? Employee motivation for coming to work has changed significantly and the working practices themselves keep transforming so why not also rethink how we reward our people? In this post we’re going to look at what type of rewards are most common in workplaces and what perhaps businesses could consider to ensure that their reward practices achieve more than just employees showing up for work.
As an employer, you will no doubt want your employees to enjoy working in your organisation and not just turn up every day because they are paid to, but how do you know what they genuinely think about working for