Is it time to revisit your contingency plan?

Is it time to revisit your contingency plan?

 Many companies will hav reviewed and amended their business continuity plans at the start of the outbreak.  But weeks on, and with staff becoming unwell is your succession plan still plausible? The impact of a business leader, or multiple leaders falling ill could be...
Guidance for self-isolating changes

Guidance for self-isolating changes

In a press conference held yesterday Boris Johnson confirmed that the UK was now moving out of the ‘contain phase’ and into the ‘delay’ phase for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. In a move that surprised many Mr Johnson has not announced that schools will close at...
Brexit related recruitment challenges

Brexit related recruitment challenges

With the uncertainty of how Brexit will affect every organisation on 31st October 2019, there is an urgency on employers during the run up to Brexit to consider the effects that it will have on their business and how it will affect recruitment. What challenges will...
Should your workplace offer “work perks” ?

Should your workplace offer “work perks” ?

Are you running a business? If so, you’ve probably considered giving your employees some benefits, otherwise known as work ‘perks’. Maybe you’re already doing so and wonder whether it’s beneficial, especially if you’re a SME. As a professional HR business...
What is too hot or too cold when it comes to work?

What is too hot or too cold when it comes to work?

The Great British weather is famous all over the world – and so are us Brits for talking about it! In the winter, if the heating is not turned up to the max, there will always be a reliable few that can’t wait to tell us, “it’s too cold to work in here”!!! No doubt...