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Introducing New HR Policies into an Organisation

Firstly, lots of value can come from introducing the right HR policies into a business at the right time. Organisations who ‘get it right’ in terms of the tone, culture and understanding what they want to achieve set themselves up with a fantastic opportunity to communicate key business aims and objectives to their employees. In…

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How to Revamp Your HR Policies

There are lots of reasons why an organisation might wish to upgrade all, or a number of old HR policies. They may have been written in the stone age and never resurfaced, they may be too complicated and difficult for managers to interpret or they might not reflect the tone of your organisation as it…

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Why Digital Learning Works: The Theory

Digital learning, workshop learning or e-learning? It’s a challenge for employers to decipher which approach will meet their objectives. Employers often ask us which is the best way to go, and the answer is the same every time – there is no one-size fits all. Each organisation we work with has a different culture, requirement…

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Do you have to enhance shared parental pay?

Do you have to enhance shared parental pay? That’s the question on the lips of every HR professional across the country following the case of Hextall vs Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police. The case has raised serious questions around enhanced maternity pay, and shared parental pay. Mr Hextall is a police officer working for the…

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A Good Pub Conversation – The Art of Effective HR Investigations