Blog

August 2016

  • Proof of the right to work in the UK by Angie, posted on 30th Aug 2016 Sometimes we all take our own knowledge for granted and think ‘everybody knows that don't they?' An example of this is, that I have recently come across a number of clients that were not aware that they have a legal responsibility to see and keep copies of all employees' documents evidencing they have the right to work in the UK...
  • How heavy is a glass of water? by Ray Moore, posted on 29th Aug 2016 There's a story that has been doing the rounds on the internet which you may have come across already but I'd like to share with you here...
  • Podcast by Paula, posted on 23rd Aug 2016 Rather than blogging this week, we have a podcast from Paula Fisher when she was recently interviewed by Fluid Business Coaching about her new book...
  • How to stay in touch with Remote Workers by Gina, posted on 22nd Aug 2016 Remote working in some form is a necessity for many organisations but it does pose issues with regards to communication and keeping you employees updated...
  • Holiday Entitlement for Leavers by Fiona, posted on 16th Aug 2016 All employees have the right to be paid for any untaken accrued holiday, when they leave your employ...
  • Share the love! by Ray Moore, posted on 15th Aug 2016 For some people, the idea of ‘work' and ‘pleasure' are totally opposed...
  • Holidays for Part-Time Employees by Fiona, posted on 9th Aug 2016 The minimum statutory holiday entitlement is 5...
  • Employee Inductions - Are they really that important? by Gina, posted on 8th Aug 2016 Inductions are sometimes viewed by some as wasting time when a new employee could be being productive for the business...
  • Holiday entitlement for employees on Maternity Leave by Fiona, posted on 2nd Aug 2016 While on maternity leave, employees continue to accrue holiday just as they would do if they were at work...
  • Great teams know who they want on their bus by Ray Moore, posted on 1st Aug 2016 The ‘bus' analogy is a well known, sometimes over used concept when talking about Teams...