Category Archives: HR Advice

10 Tips For Protecting Yourself Against Disgruntled Employees

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How can you protect and prepare yourself for litigation? As employers, you need to think about what to say and do – it doesn’t matter how big or well managed you think your company is, issues always arise. Here are our top ten tips. (read more)
   

What Is The Purpose Of A Probationary Review?

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The purpose of probationary periods is to allow both the employee and the manager to assess whether the role is suited to the new recruit and the new recruit is suited to the Company. (read more)
   

How do you feel about unused holiday entitlements?

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Recent research from Canada Life has revealed that 23% of the UK workforce did not take advantage of their full holiday entitlement during the 2013 calendar year. (read more)
   

Top Twelve Tips on Handling Redundancy

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If you’re looking at making redundancies, here are twelve important tips to help guide you through the process. (read more)
   

What’s love got to do with it?

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Quite a lot, actually. To answer Tina Turner’s proverbial question, especially with Valentine’s Day fast approaching, what is your opinion on romance in your office? (read more)
   

Twelve Top Tips For Dealing With Disciplinary Issues

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Tackling disciplinary issues can be tough, and handling them incorrectly can damage your relationship with your employee or even see you facing an employment tribunal claim. Here are twelve tips to bear in mind. (read more)
   

How should I dismiss an employee for long term sickness absence?

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Managing long term sickness absence requires a considerate approach, it doesn’t mean an employer has to wait indefinitely until the employee is fit to return to work. (read more)