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Congratulations Harry and Meghan!!

With the recent announcement of another Royal baby on the way it got us thinking about pregnancy and how we help our clients to deal with an employee announcing that she is pregnant. Would you know what you need to do and when? In most cases a pregnant employee will be very excited so when…

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Featured: Did your Christmas party leave you with a HR headache?

We are featured in January – February’s Property Professional magazine, talking about the headache, stress and problems that can come with not getting your human resources policies sorted. HR is not something to ignore until a problem comes up; if you are prepared and plan ahead, you can prevent problems from arising in the first…

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Bring your own device: what it means for your workplace

Tablets have become the latest craze in portable devices so it is no wonder that employees are eager to use them in their own workplace as well as at home. Having your own B.Y.O.D. policy is essential to preventing any temptations to overuse, or misuse, these portable devices during work hours. Even more crucial is…

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Tribunal Reform July 29th – employees must pay!

The Government has now confirmed the date for its reforms to the Employment Tribunal. As of 29th July 2013 fees will be implemented for any claims and appeals made to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT). This will not be applicable for claims that are already in the system. Two main charging points will be introduced:…

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Tribunal Reforms

The Government has taken steps to reform (and hopefully improve) the Employment Tribunal process. In the Summer (Expected to be July) fees will be payable by the Claimant for bringing a claim in the Employment Tribunal. It is hoped that this will deter the vexatious claimant. A two stage fee structure will be introduced. The…

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