HR During A Pandemic

This year has seen the most extreme of changes to the way in which we all work and interact with our teams. The human resources department in many companies has been the backburner of ensuring a seamless transition into pandemic work culture. From ensuring that furlough was adequately incorporated to planning safe coronavirus secure return to the office arrangements for employees, HR has had a pivotal role to play this year. As we see the development of new rules, legislation, and…

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Updated: Lockdown 2.0, Furlough, and Fines!

UPDATE! As per yesterday’s announcement by the chancellor, the CJRS has now been extended to 31 March. Until at least January the government will pay 80% of employees’ unworked hours. Full guidance will be published on Tuesday and we will provide a summary as soon as that has happened. The Job Support Scheme and the Job Retention Bonus have now both been postponed indefinitely. Original Blog: Following the announcement by the Prime Minister on 31 October, England will go into a national lockdown starting…

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Covid-19 Recovery Grant

The COVID-19 Recovery grants were announced by the government to help small and medium-sized businesses gain access to professional support, new equipment and technology. Grants of between £1,000 - £3,000 can cover digital, legal, HR, financial, health and safety or other consultancy advice and minor equipment to adapt or adopt new technology to continue to deliver a business activity or diversify in response to COVID-19. Grants cover 100 per cent of costs, excluding VAT, though not on purchases already made. Applications: Given the interest…

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Mind the Gender Pay Gap

The UK's new Gender Pay Gap legislation came into force in the spring of 2017. It requires businesses with more than 250 employees to file annual reports detailing the exact status of relative compensation to men and women in their organisation. We take a look at how the legislation works, what obligations it creates for employers and ask whether smaller businesses can just forget it. Or not. Companies with more than 250 employees are now required to publish statutory calculations every year…

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Drawing the line on sexual harassment

Sexual harassment in the workplace is far more common than many people realised. As an employer, are you equipped to deal with it effectively? Recent news from the US has highlighted a global problem that has been prevalent for years though often unreported and badly handled by companies. Here's what you should know. With sexual harassment all over the news and women from all walks of life disclosing that they also have been harassed, using the hashtag #metoo, it seems that…

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