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Employee benefits may be able to motivate employees to produce consistently good results, says, Lauren Razavi.
The costs of employment are giving business a headache, reports Pádraig Floyd.
Managing and cutting costs (including staff costs) remain right at the top of management’s agenda. Andrew Wileman describes how to do this intelligently.
Nigel Marriott, an independent statistician, will explain what your gender pay gap report tells you and just as important, what it doesn’t tell you.
This webinar provides simple and effective techniques to stay poised and resolve difficult situation.
Beth Hale, of C M Murray solicitors, runs us through the most crucial aspects of employment law of which any FD of an SME should be aware.
This ten minute webinar presented by ACAS, is part of a series on essential employment issues. This webinar covers recruitment.
The Employer's Handbook gives guidance for all small- to medium-sized employers in the UK, clearly identifying the legal essentials and best-practice guidelines for effective people management.
Understanding and implementing effective reward strategies in your organization.
Accounting treatment, tax relief and reporting obligations for employee share schemes.
A guide to the new auto-enrolment legislation aimed at company secretaries and employers.
An examination of flexible working in the UK. The article discusses the challenges faced by large companies in implementing flexible working, with contributions from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
This article looks at how human resource (HR) professionals can address the problem of long-term sickness absence of employees, examining topics including the emerging culture of presenteeism and its impact to HR professionals trying to manage their workforce's absence levels, cost of long-term sickness to employers in the private sector and mental health as a major cause of long-term sickness.
Diversity and inclusion are major factors that boards need to consider in order for employees to reach their full potential
The article discusses areas of concern for human resource (HR) professionals, with emphasis on handling grievances and managing disciplinaries, and how to overcome these workplace problems. It points out potential problems of having inexperienced managers and suggests that managers' reactions to performance and conduct issues within their team should be objective. Also mentioned are having a clear policy on employee misconduct and setting a code of conduct to prevent bullying and harassment.