When it comes to mental health in the workplace, new research suggests that company culture could be a leading cause of stress among employees. The study, carried out by insurer MetLife and reported on by People Management, found that 37…

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The government recently announced its draft legislation for the next Finance Bill, which includes new off-payroll rules, as well as other policies to ensure a “competitive and fair tax system”. However, it has already been met by a lot of…

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When you realise how more efficient you can be with advanced hr portal software as a manager, it might start you thinking where else you could be making better use of technology to streamline procedures and produce a better outcome.…

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British workers have benefited from a record-high employment rate recently, with more than three-quarters of people in the UK in secure jobs. The latest Labour Market Overview, UK from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed the employment rate had…

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Whenever a new member of staff joins your company, there’s a huge amount of HR work to do – before they even start working for you. But once they are in the office, you need to prioritise payroll and ensure…

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A growing number of Brits are expected to continue working beyond their retirement age, a new survey has found. Personnel Today reported on a survey carried out recently on behalf of AIG Life. It found that 31 per cent of…

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Now’s the time to start making use of auto-enrolment software to automate the process and take the pressure off if you haven’t done this already. Why? Because The Pensions Regulator has just announced that short-notice inspections are now being carried…

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Hotel workers only employed for six weeks The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that three hotel workers who were dismissed shortly after they began work should have received “section one” statement of terms, or contracts of employment, setting out their…

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Disability benefits clauses require skillful drafting The recent case of Awan v ICTS UK Limited carries a warning to employers who offer generous employee benefits such as long-term sick pay and disability benefits because they could be a doubled edged…

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