Employment Bill passes
The Employment Bill is expected to receive royal assent the week commencing 10 December with changes taking effect the day after.
Managing Christmas Leave Tip
Ensuring that you have the right staff on board during this season is key. Whether Christmas is your busy season or your low season, you don't want to pay more in labour than what you need to.
Burger King was recently fined for paying one of their salary employees below national minimum wage. In this video, we explain the connection between National Minimum Wage and Salary employees.
How to have a challenging conversation
Managers should be prepared to have challenging conversations as part of a performance review (sometimes referred to as difficult or even courageous conversations). Here are some suggestions to help you through…..
Performance Reviews: From GROW to Woah
Here are some simple and effective tips to build into your performance review cycle .
Kick start 2018 with a good recruitment and selection plan.
Finding the perfect person for your team isn’t always easy. Recruitment can be a tricky process, so here are some things to consider before you go ahead and sign on the dotted line.
Summary of What Employers Need To Know About 2018 Employment Law Changes…..
The government has announced some big employment law changes for 2018. The list of proposed 2018 employment law changes is a long one. Read all about them in our latest article so you know what to expect!
Just because there are some perils when throwing a staff party, don’t let it put you off. Simply know what they are and have a plan to combat them.
The Proposed Changes To The 90 Day Trial Period
In their 100 day plan, the new government are intending to make changes to employment law. One change is to overhaul the 90 day trial period, let’s explore...