Category Archives: HR Advice

Managing performance after sickness absence

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Managing performance is something most employers have to deal with at some point. It’s a step by step process that ultimately brings about an improvement in an employee’s performance. (read more)
   

Minimum Wage Enforcement

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The Government has announced that it will be introducing new enforcement measures to ensure that all employees are paid the national minimum wage (NMW) (read more)
   

How to respond to an employee complaint

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People spend a lot of time at work and inevitably there will be employees who become disgruntled or annoyed about another colleague, a process or some element of their job. (read more)
   

How to respond to a “heat of the moment” resignation

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What do you do if an employee resigns in the heat of the moment and walks out threatening to send in a resignation letter with immediate effect? (read more)
   

How to get the best out of an appraisal

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Appraisals, if done well, can be of enormous benefit to both the appraiser and appraisee. (read more)
   

10 Top Tips on Effective Recruitment and Selection

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Be very clear on the job requirements. Many candidates are put off by an advertised job looking too complicated or “beyond them”. Only include those that are genuinely needed. (read more)
   

How to deal with an AWOL employee?

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What is an AWOL employee? This simply is an employee who is absent without approved leave such as holiday or where it was agreed they had an appointment and would be in work later that day. (read more)