Article Database - Tips & Advice Personnel: Year 21, issue 14

 
May bank holiday moved to Friday Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » News » Holidays
The government has decided to move the 2020 early May bank holiday from Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May. What do you need to know about this change?
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When is an unfair dismissal claim out of time? Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » Employment tribunals » Tribunal procedure
A senior lawyer has lost his claim for unfair dismissal against the Crown Prosecution Service because his claim was lodged too late. When is an unfair dismissal claim out of time?
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Must voluntary overtime be included in holiday pay? Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » Pay and conditions » Overtime
In June 2019 the Court of Appeal ruled that voluntary overtime should be factored into ambulance workers’ holiday pay. Does this mean that you must include voluntary overtime when calculating your employees’ holiday pay?
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A conversation with the current postholder Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » Recruitment » Advertising
You’ve seen a job ad which offered all interested candidates “an informal chat with the current postholder”. Is this suggestion legal and should you offer the same possibility when you next have a job vacancy?
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GDPR - privacy notices still missing Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » Data protection » GDPR
The GDPR had its first birthday in May 2019. However, many smaller employers still haven’t got their mandatory privacy notices in place. What must you have by law?
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Don’t go heavy handed on the make up Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » Staff handbooks » Dress codes
One of your younger female employees is turning up for work wearing a lot of heavy, brightly coloured make up. You think that this looks unprofessional. What’s the best way to tackle the situation?
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Asking for a massage was sexual harassment Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » Discrimination » Harassment
When an employee claims sexual harassment, they will invariably name their employer in any tribunal proceedings. However, the alleged perpetrator can be named too and this is becoming more common. What should you do?
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Q&A - SPL and self-employed partners Publication date: 03.07.2019
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Q&A - SPL and self-employed partners..Q. One of our employees has applied to take shared parental leave (SPL) and we understand that their partner is self-employed. In this situation is our employee still eligible to take SPL? A. In order for your employee to be eligible for SPL both the employee and their partner must meet employment and earnings-related...
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A smelly workplace problem Publication date: 03.07.2019
Article database » Personnel management » Office cleaning
A smelly workplace problem..Impacts on productivity. According to a recent poll, 83% of respondents felt that their workplaces were “unpleasant” and de-motivating environments, with awful smells being cited as a huge bugbear. This included pungent food aromas, dirty toilets, damp and mould, badly maintained air conditioning and unclean work areas,...
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