HR Newsletter – August 2018 – More Employment Law Judges
Welcome to the preview of our August 2018 HR Newsletter from Consensus HR. This month we cover: The need for more Employment Law judges due to increase in ET cases. Sainsbury employee dismissed for […]Read more
HR Newsletter – July 2018
Welcome to the preview of the July 2018 HR Newsletter from Consensus HR. This month we cover: GDPR – Has your business carried out the correct HR changes and ensured that you are […]Read more
HR Newsletter – June 2018
Introduction: Welcome to the preview of the June 2018 HR newsletter from Matthew of Consensus HR. This month we have a range of topics covered and another FINAL one on GDPR following the […]Read more
GDPR – Were you ready? The date has now passed – 25th May 2018
Many organisations felt unprepared for the launch of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) deadline, various polls suggest, but experts are reassuring business owner that they still have time to put measures in […]Read more
Wrongfully Dismissed employee results in pay out of £20k at Employment Tribunal.
A Poundland store manager was unfairly and wrongfully dismissed when she was fired for allegedly stealing a drink, Norwich Employment Tribunal has ruled. Miss Stokes was awarded £20,930.48 plus costs after employment judge Postle found […]Read more
Development of your team.
INTRODUCTION We understand the importance of the development of your team and the effect it can have. A well trained team within your business is why we offer a comprehensive training & development […]Read more
Pensions ‘by far the most valuable employee benefit’
Matthew Pinto-Chilcott of Consensus HR comments, “An article written by Annie Makoff-Clark in People Management got me thinking about the subject of Employee Benefits. We have found that monetary benefits tend to be […]Read more
Employers duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers & applicants?
The Equality Act 2010 protects disabled employees from discrimination in the workplace. The duty to make reasonable adjustments is the most common form of protection and, where that duty arises, an employer must […]Read more
Employment Law Updates – March 2018
Our current blog discusses updates in Employment Law: New employment tribunal awards announced The Government has revealed the new maximum employment tribunal awards to take effect from 6 April 2018, and the Supreme […]Read more
Underpayment of minimum wage raises its head yet again!
Back in 2015, we wrote three blogs about the underpaying of employees and noted that H&M & Welcome Break Ltd were amongst many on the name & shame list. We are now in […]Read more
Are single-sex Networking Events the ‘New’ Old Boys Club”?
Following the recent incident that occurred with the Presidents Club dinner – Single Sex Networking and the alleged harassment of female hostesses, what are the possible legal implications for those organising and attending […]Read more
UK drops out of EU workers’ top six countries
With the UK unemployment being at its lowest since 1975 and currently standing at 4.3 %, UK employers need to wake up and smell the coffee when it comes to recruiting & retaining […]Read more