Category Archives: HR Advice

Are You Obliged To Provide a Reference?

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Employers are not obliged to provide a reference for an employee who has left unless there was an agreement to do so or there is a duty to provide a reference because of the industry, such as financial services. (read more)
   

Benefits Of Accepting Religion and Beliefs In The Workplace

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There is plenty of confusion about the place of religion and religious beliefs within the workplace. (read more)
   

Investigating Every Line Of Defence

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Let’s look at the recent case of Shrestha v Genesis Housing Association Ltd 2015. (read more)
   

Six Tips for Supporting Reservists In The Workplace

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If you employee armed forces reservists we have six tips to help you support them in your business (read more)
   

How To Protect Your Investment When Training Employees

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Training an employee can be costly for small businesses and if the employee leaves shortly after the training, the employer often feels they didn’t benefit or receive a return on their investment from the training they paid for. (read more)
   

Is Your Business Ready To Drive Ahead With New Driving Licence Rules?

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The DVLA are abolishing the paper counterpart of the photo card driving licence from 8th June 2015. (read more)
   

The Power Of Effective Constructive Feedback

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Constructive feedback is an opportunity to communicate with another individual on an aspect of their behaviour and its effect on their performance and/or other people. (read more)