Recent statistics show that in the UK, one in four people are likely to experience a mental health issue at some point in their lifetime, with one in six people at any one time experiencing mental health issues. Add to this that mental ill-health costs employers an estimated £26 billion a year, an average £1,000 per employee per year, and you realise the importance of this issue.
Engagement levels are suffering, with research revealing that only a third of employees are highly engaged at work. One of the most effective things you can do as a business is look after your staff, as they’ll then look after everything else.
We all know that having your own business comes with a tonne of responsibility.
It has never been particularly easy to get hold of employment tribunal judgments.
All Set for April’s Rates Rises? As usual, certain rates are set to increase next month.
Reduced Workload Was a Reasonable Adjustment , An employer must make reasonable adjustments to support a disabled employee who is at a substantial disadvantage at work.
Time Off for Religious Festivals, London Underground limited the amount of holiday its staff could take in one go.
Guide to Gender Pay Gap Reporting, A new Acas and Government Equalities Office guide has been published ahead of the introduction of The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 in April.
From April, some employers will have to pay a percentage of their pay bill towards funding the cost of apprenticeships.
Have you ever heard of the saying “Happy employees equals happy customers”? Looking after your employees is possibly the most important thing you can do for your company.