Leave: nothing to chance

When Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary somewhat colourfully apologised last year for his company’s “cock-up” over pilot leave that resulted in thousands of cancelled flights, the first question many asked was: “Can I still go on holiday?” But the second was undoubtedly...

18 January 2018

BHS and the pensions fall-out

Last week, Dominic Chappell, former boss of BHS, was found guilty of failing to respond to information requests from the Pensions Regulator.

17 January 2018

Many happy returns

Mentor’s guide to successful self-assessment.

16 January 2018

Fit for work

Why an active workforce could also be a more productive one.

16 January 2018

Supporting staff with SAD

‘Blue Monday’ (15 January) is often described as the most depressing day of the year. Today, many of us may succumb to a mild case of the winter blues, seeking solace in duvet days, box sets and comfort eating.

15 January 2018

Time to improve farm safety

Figures published by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) reveal that the farm, forestry and fishing sectors counted among some of the most dangerous places to work during 2017.

11 January 2018

Gender pay equality hits the headlines again

With news that Carrie Gracie has resigned her post as China editor at the BBC over the issue of unequal wages for women, the topic of gender pay is firmly back in the headlines.

10 January 2018

Getting shipshape for 2018

The start of a new year is a great opportunity to get your house in order in terms of HR, employment, and health and safety.

09 January 2018

Working conditions crucial in 2018

With low wage increases over the past 10 years, it seems as though the UK’s workforce is looking beyond the issue of pay to the ‘softer’ rewards that can be found at work. That’s the picture painted by two recent studies reported in the news.

09 January 2018

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