Rules of Redundancy

Rules of Redundancy

Rules of Redundancy Redundancy is becoming an increasingly common reality for many, but as it’s rarely expected, it often means that full awareness of our rights are lacking. So what are the rules of redundancy? If made redundant, employers must follow appropriate rules. This includes engaging in appropriate consultation and making payment for those with 2 years’ service or more. Yet it should be noted that entitlement is dependent on the employee’s weekly pay, length…

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Mental Health Issues at Work

Mental Health Issues at Work

Life is stressful, for more and more employees, or at least employees are speaking up more. According to research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), over 40% of employers have reported an increase in cases of depression and anxiety. For employers this means responsibilities. Mainly due to the Equality Act 2010, but also because a healthy and happy workforce is a productive one! But with the challenges of running a business and…

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Cope with Learning Disabilities at Work

Cope with Learning Disabilities at Work

Despite improvements in understanding and supporting learning disabilities and difficulties in education, it could be surprising that employers still often lack understanding of how to support learning disabilities and difficulties with in the workplace.  Yet the prevalence of learning disabilities and difficulties in the workplace is argued by increasing, so how can you ensure if this affects you, that you are able to cope with the requirements of the job.  Click play above to listen…

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