HR Services

Statements of Responsibilities, which are required under SM&CR, are a useful and important way of documenting the accountabilities of senior managers. Amy Foster highlights why we need to understand our responsibilities.

Recruitment can be costly and time-consuming. This article considers the benefits of retaining good employees and explores how organisations can successfully encourage staff retention.

Failing to be honest may be costly. The judgement in a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal, shows that the credibility of evidence offered by a claimant, witness or respondent in legal proceedings may be considered in fitness and propriety assessments.

Is your induction process well-planned – or do you leave new recruits to their own devices? Amy Foster explains why having a robust induction process is so important for both employers and employees.

Under the Equality Act 2010, it is a requirement for employers to make reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities. Only around 16% of autistic adults are in full time employment, with 32% in some form of paid work, suggesting that employers may need to do more to provide support in the workplace.

Social media is a part of our everyday lives – but mixing social media and the workplace can be risky. What are the pitfalls you need to be aware of?

Mentorship in the workplace is crucial in developing the confidence and skills of junior employees. However, an alarming and unfortunate by-product of the #MeToo movement has been the suggestion that fear of false sexual harassment allegations may result in a growing divide between men and women in the workplace.

Employers with 250 or more employees have a legal requirement to publish annual calculations showing how wide the pay gap between their male and female employees is. The 2019 reporting deadline is fast approaching. What impact is publishing this data having in practice?

Having an age-diverse workforce can bring many benefits to an organisation. By making assumptions about individuals on the basis of their age, employers are on dangerous territory – and potentially losing out on skills and experience that could be an asset to their organisation.

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