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London 2012 Olympics

Are you ready?  According to an article in People Management recently nearly a third of employers are not yet prepared for the impact that the 2012 Olympics will have on their workforce. A survey of 1,200 businesses by BT revealed that 29 per cent did not have

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Pensions Auto Enrolment Timetable

On 25 January the Minister for Pensions, Steve Webb, published a revised timetable for the roll out of the Pensions Auto Enrolment.  This follows the earlier announcement that smaller companies would be given more time to comply with the legislation.  Companies with 250 or more staff will begin their

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Why do Companies need policies and procedures?

A recent article in People Management magazine highlights this very issue.  The attention grabbing headline was “Security guard dismissed for chasing a shop lifter”. Which immediately makes people think, but surely this is part of their job isn’t it?  There are usually reasons for policies and when

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Simple tips for Disciplinary action

One of the concerns about employing people is the myth that you can’t actively manage them.  What I mean by that is how do you address performance issues and manage under performing staff out of your company. To people who know about these things it’s quite easy.

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April 2012 Changes

As part of the consultation on resolving workplace disputes, the Government has stated that it intends to bring into force a number of its planned changes in April 2012. These include: Unfair Dismissal.  The qualifying period will be increased from one to two years. Deposit Orders. The

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