Dealing with an Employee’s Long Term Sickness

Nobody wants to deal with long-term employee sickness. It’s certainly not pleasant for the sick employee, who is potentially dealing with a lifelong condition or terminal illness, and it can be stressful and difficult for an employer to manage in addition. The entire situation is one that you won’t want

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Bullying in the Workplace: A Guide

80%. When you’re talking about workplace bullying, 80% is a significant statistic. 80% of workers have experienced bullying in the workplace. Some of those will have been bullied once or twice, with issues later being resolved, whilst others will be victims of a relentless campaign of mistreatment or abuse that

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Paranoid About a Member of Staff Quitting?

Are you worried about your employees handing in their notice of resignation? A 2011 study by the Office for National Statistics found that 57% of people choose to leave their jobs. The remaining 43% are those that have to leave for another reason, such as redundancy or dismissal. With the

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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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