Category Archives: HR Advice

Who really benefits from Work Experience? Part Two

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In part one we looked at how work experience can benefit employers and their work force. In this section we look at it from the work experience student’s point of view. (read more)
   

How to change terms and conditions of employment?

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There are often times when an employer wishes to or needs to change or amend the terms and conditions they have employed individuals on. (read more)
   

The Importance of Rest Breaks

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Under the Working Time Regulations, adult workers are entitled to a rest break of at least 20 minutes when their working day is 6 hours or longer. (read more)
   

Should I ask for evidence of professional qualifications?

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Most employers take up references when they offer a job to a prospective employee but they don’t always follow through with validating any other information, such as professional qualifications. (read more)
   

Worker or Employee?

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There are some basic rules that can be applied to enable an understanding of the status of people who carry out work for you. (read more)
   

Do I have the right to stop and search my employees?

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There may be times when an employer wishes to search their employees and their personal possessions. (read more)
   

Dealing with Grievances – Time is of the Essence!

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Grievances can be a thorn in the side for employers – a venture into the unknown and something that they would rather not have to deal with. (read more)