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With recent updates from the Government stipulating that a phased return to work for some businesses will now begin, many questions will be raised. How can I return my employees back to work safely?What legal obligations do I have for their health and safety?What if my...

Over the last few weeks, we've been having conversations with some of our clients to address their concerns over conflict and animosity between staff members.  With so much uncertainly around job roles, job security and financial worries, it's no wonder your staff may be feeling...

What are Furloughed Workers? Furlough is a process supported by the government to avoid lay off and redundancies of staff and furloughed workers are your employees that fall into this category.  It was announced on 20th March 2020 in the Prime Ministers update as part of...

By now you've hopefully heard of the Good Work Plan and be aware that on 6th April 2020, there will be more than the usual yearly employment law updates to implement in your business. (If you still haven't heard of the Good Work Plan you...

The Good Work Plan has been coined as the "largest upgrade in a generation to workplace rights" and is the government's response to an independent review called out by Matthew Taylor published as 'Good Work: the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices in July 2017.' If...

Once you are notified that one of your employees is pregnant, there are several responsibilities you have as an employer. Foremost to ensure that they are protected from discrimination and able to work safely during their pregnancy.  Risk Assessments for pregnant employees All employers who employ women of...