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Implementing effective onboarding Publication date: 18.09.2017
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A non-existent or poorly executed onboarding process leads to disengaged employees at best and increased turnover rates and recruiting costs at worst. What do you need to consider to make it a success?
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Voluntary overtime and the calculation of holiday pay Publication date: 18.09.2017
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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that payment for voluntary overtime that’s normally worked should be included in the calculation of holiday pay. What are the implications for employers?
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What are the benefits of a probationary period? Publication date: 18.09.2017
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Even though probationary periods have no statutory basis in employment law, they’re still worth including in employment contracts for new starters. So what are the benefits of having a probationary period?
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Employment tribunal fees ruled unlawful Publication date: 18.09.2017
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Employment tribunal fees ruled unlawful..Unlawful regime. The Supreme Court has ruled in R (on the application of UNISON) v Lord Chancellor 2017 (see Follow up ) that employment tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) fees are unlawful under both UK and EU law and it has quashed the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees...
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How should you protect your confidential information? Publication date: 18.09.2017
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One of the key assets of your business is likely to be its confidential information, be it a client database, a manufacturing process or a secret formula. How should you prevent employees from misusing it, whether for themselves or for a competitor?
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The legal status of apprentices Publication date: 18.09.2017
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If you’re thinking of employing an apprentice, you should first understand the law that applies to them. What are the different forms of apprenticeship currently available and what’s their employment law status?
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Fair dismissals for poor performance Publication date: 18.09.2017
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Where an employee is underperforming, it’s important to tackle the issue at an early stage. How should you formally deal with poor performance and, if there’s insufficient improvement, implement a fair capability dismissal?
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What mistakes are employers making? Publication date: 18.09.2017
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The latest “naming and shaming” statistics that show underpayment of the national minimum wage reveal that 1,200 employers have now been named since 2013. Where are all these employers going wrong?
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Call for evidence on EU workers Publication date: 18.09.2017
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Call for evidence on EU workers..Call for evidence. The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has been commissioned by the government to advise on the economic and social impacts of the UK’s exit from the EU and on how the UK’s immigration system should be aligned with a modern industrial strategy, and it has now issued a call for evidence (see Follow...
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Staff holiday problems Publication date: 17.03.2017
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Staff holiday problems..Backed up. Have you spotted how the bank holidays fall in April and May this year? It can mean that your employees only need to take nine days’ holiday to get 18 consecutive days off. Here’s how it works: In 2017 Good Friday is 14 April and Easter Monday is 17 April followed by the May Day Bank Holiday on 1 May. So if...
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