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Improve Staff Wellbeing on World Sleep Day

I think we all know how to look after ourselves properly, (diet, exercise, water…) but how much do we really focus on getting enough of, and the right kind of sleep? How active are we as employers in creating cultures where our staff are encouraged to get enough sleep?

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Recording and Monitoring Sickness Absence in the Workplace

Recording and Monitoring Sickness Absence Image

In every office employees take sick leave at some point but how do you record sickness absence and why do SMEs like yourself need to bother? In this blog we look at reasons why monitoring sickness absence benefits your business and give some advice on the kinds of things you can do for managing the sickness absence process. 

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The National Living Wage and the SME

The National Living Wage and the SME

As you are probably aware by now, new legislation is coming to the UK on 1st April 2016 whereby all employees aged 25 or over will legally be entitled to at least £7.20 per hour. That’s an additional 50p on the current minimum wage. What’s more this is anticipated to grow to £9 per hour by 2020. So what can you do to cater for the National Living Wage (NLW) as an SME?

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Fit for Work: Managing Sickness Absence

Sickness Absence

Winter months are hard to manage and the rise in sickness absence is almost inevitable with viruses, bad weather, traffic delays and even winter blues. For SMEs this can cause large scale disruption to their services for what is often a busy period, so are you comfortable with your sickness absence management procedures? This week’s article gives you some legislative food-for-thought on how to manage sickness absence within your company and what kind of best practices you may want to implement.

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Hiring Staff: What you need to know

Hiring Staff: What you need to know

It can be a minefield when you hire your first or twenty first member of staff and it is your responsibility as an employer to ensure that your new staff member has a positive and legal experience with you.

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