There is nothing like a global pandemic to create conflict in a workplace, views on the virus itself, vaccinations and returning to the workplace has created polar opposite views amongst employees and employers are having to do all they can to balance these views and keep things ticking over.
April 2020 saw a number of measures from the Good Work Plan come into effect.
A year on from the first lockdown and a large number of workers are still working remotely under the Government guidelines.
As employers start to think about staff returning to the workplace it may be that flexible working is something that many employees will raise, but is this something that businesses have to facilitate?
Uber case should be ‘wake-up call’ for businesses using independent contractors, says leading HR expert
Businesses which use independent contractors as part of their workforce need to conduct an urgent review of whether those contractors should be regarded as employed workers, following a landmark Supreme Court judgement last week, according to a leading East Anglian HR expert.
At Lovewell Blake we offer exciting opportunities for school leavers to undertake apprenticeships. They are given the chance to receive award-winning training, as well as earning a salary with hands-on experience working on real clients work allowing them to put their studies into practice.
After a tumultuous year, learning the lessons from 2020 and adjusting to the ‘new normal’ in HR is a massive challenge facing all employers – and especially smaller businesses which may not have a dedicated HR function.
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