Why you Should Keep Track of Pay Rises

According to the Office of National Statistics, average UK pay increased by 2.9% towards the end of 2015. When your employee knocks on your office door and asks for a pay rise, how should you handle the situation? The best thing that you can do, in preparation for whatever pay

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Employee Symptoms of Stress

Whether you’re an employer or an employee, recognising signs and symptoms of stress might not be as easy as you think. Here are a few key facts about stress: Stress can be short-term or long-term. Stress can be intense or mild – long-lasting mild stress can have a bigger impact,

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The Equality Act 2010: What you Should Know

Whether you’re an employer or an employee, knowing the Equality Act will offer you protection. In fact, it will offer you protection as a customer or client as well. The Equality Act 2010 offers legal protection from discrimination and, whilst you’re not expected to know every part from start to

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How Long Should Employee Records be Kept for?

For whatever reason, employees move on. They might have moved to a different company, or a different branch, could have been fired or made redundant. Whatever the reason for their departure, if you kept all employee records you might eventually find yourself with filing cabinets full of documents and details.

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