Banter: what do you do when it goes too far?

Banter, chat and jokes happen in every office in the country but as an employer, how can you tell when...

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Bereaved parents entitled to time off with pay as of 2020

The Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018 was passed last month (September 2018), and it’ll entitle newly bereaved parents...

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Employee engagement surveys: 45 example questions

Regularly running employee engagement surveys is a great way to sense check the mood among your teams – without putting...

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Can you ban workplace romances?

When it comes to workplace romances, many employers don’t know what to do. Although you may be within your rights...

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Employee recognition: 15 little gestures that go a long way

Employee recognition is so easy to do. Yet so many businesses forget to do it. Before we dive right in...

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How to handle a toxic termination

Terminating an employee’s employment is never nice. When that process turns toxic though, it can become increasingly taxing. So, to...

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How do you hold a disciplinary hearing?

When it comes to holding disciplinary hearings, following a fair and lawful process is a must. So, to help you...

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8 reasons valued employees leave – and how to keep them

Valued employees are, well, invaluable to your business. From putting in more discretionary effort and caring about your success to...

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How to take effective disciplinary minutes

Emma McGrath, one of our Employment Law Team Managers, has taken an in-depth look at what makes a good set...

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