Category: HR Management

Why You Need HR Policies and Procedures

HR policies and procedures play a pivotal role in shaping a company's culture, maintaining compliance, and ensuring fair and consistent treatment of employees. We explore the significance of HR policies, the main policies every company should have, and the importance of keeping them up to date.

The employer’s quick guide to effective recruitment

Recruitment is a bit of a nightmare at the moment. There are loads of jobs out there but not enough people to fill them. And the employee’s mindset has completely changed since COVID. We’re now in a candidate driven market, which makes hiring your next employee more time consuming, difficult and costly. That’s why we’ve […]

How to resolve workplace conflict

Here is your ultimate guide to resolving conflict positively at work If you think about it, conflict is a natural part of day-to-day life. It’s normal, healthy and… inevitable. But so many people are really bad at managing it. The thought of addressing something or confronting someone really stresses people out.

How to delegate your HR

HR is a big part of any business with employees. It includes managing the entire employee lifecycle, from recruitment, hiring and onboarding, to training, disciplining, and firing. Not to mention payroll, policies, keeping records, and managing benefits. It’s a big job, and if you’re currently doing it yourself alongside your day-to-day tasks, you might be struggling. Or worse, missing something out. Have you considered delegating your business’ HR duties?

Action Against Domestic Violence

This week marks the start of 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence. An estimated 2.3 million adults aged 16 to 74 years experienced domestic abuse (1.6 million women and 757,000 men) for the year ending March 2020. Growing awareness made possible by the efforts by Victoria Atkins MP, and the landmark Domestic Abuse Act 2021, will hopefully encourage more to come forward and report it.

Workplace Pension Schemes

Did you know 19% of the UK working age population say they have no form of private or workplace pension. Last week was Pension Awareness Week and we want to highlight the benefits of offering a good workplace pension scheme.