4 Things To Get Your Employees To Acknowledge

If you have ever bought or sold a house, you know the importance of vendor warranties. They give comfort to the buyer that the seller has disclosed any important issues related to the house. If it later turns out they have not, the buyer can bring a claim on the

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Facing Criminal Charges? You May Need To Tell Your Employer

Successful employment relationships demand a degree of transparency. In essence, that is what the duty of good faith is all about. But there is some information about ourselves that we prefer to keep private. And there may be some information that you certainly do not want your employer to know

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How To Deal With Staff Who Don’t Want To Take A Holiday

Holidays are good for business. Studies have shown that when staff are refreshed with regular breaks away from work, their overall productivity increases. But juggling which employees should take their holidays, and when they may take them, can be a headache. Worse, some staff seem to revel in hoarding their

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What Is Technical Redundancy?

Technical redundancy, like constructive dismissal, is one of those terms in employment law that is often misunderstood. Not every dismissal is a constructive dismissal. Likewise, not every redundancy is a “technical” redundancy. So what does it mean for you to be redundant “technically”? In short, it is where your role

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Who Should Investigate Allegations of Misconduct?

Have you recently been confronted with a report of a staff member misbehaving? What did you do about it? Hopefully, your first inclination was to investigate that allegation fully and fairly. But deciding that an investigation should be carried out is only the first step. The next question is: who

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