Misconduct within your business can usually be dealt with quickly and efficiently, with minimal fallout but should you end your disciplinary reach there? What about events that happen outside of work?
Have you ever thought about giving your employees paid time off to volunteer in your local community? The benefits to business can include improved motivation, new recruitment opportunities and community support and engagement.
Helping employees work through mental health issues has become much more of a priority for businesses, as further understanding of the issues come to light.
There’s no question that the social media revolution has changed the way that businesses communicate with their customers, employees and industry peers. But are enough organisations taking advantage of this opportunity?
The latest research from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has found that 47% of UK employees now use their own personal devices for work purposes, and it’s getting ever more popular.
At some point, every business owner or manager will have to put their disciplinary process into force. Even with a great team of employees, circumstances will arise when you need to be prepared to take quick and decisive action.
Parental leave regulations are changing. This means that you’ll need to update your current policies and procedures as soon as possible to make sure you remain compliant.
Research suggests that three quarters of SME’s facing auto enrolment don’t feel well informed of the process and are now at risk of auto enrolment fines.
Many businesses are setting up CCTV within their workplace, which can monitor not only property, but the activities of their workforce. Should you be doing the same?
If your business is ready to take on new people, then it looks like now is the perfect time to do so. However, it’s still essential that you follow the rules to make sure that you not only get the best candidates. Take a look at our practical guide for recruiting in the digital age.