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Employment Law Seminar 12th October 2016

Posted September 19, 2016 - Helen in news

In conjunction with legal firm FDR Law, HaytonHeyes will be delivering an Employment Law Seminar on Wednesday 12th October 2016.  The event will be held at FDR Law Commercial Offices in Warrington, registration is from 8.30am with an expected finish at 10.30am and there will be the opportunity to network afterwards over a coffee.  Aimed […]

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Discrimination – a policy is not enough

Posted September 8, 2016 - Helen in Discrimination & Policies & Procedures & Recruitment

Many companies will now have Discrimination policies in place as part of their Employee Handbook and hopefully feel confident that they have something robust in place if there are any issues or reports of non-compliance.  How do you know though if they are being followed or adhered to? Don’t assume that you’d hear about it […]

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HR Round Up – Recent projects

Posted August 22, 2016 - Helen in Contracts & Eligibility to work & Flexible working & Maternity & Policies & Procedures & Recruitment & Redundancy & Restructure & Settlement Agreement & Sickness & Time off in Lieu & TUPE

We regularly try to give you an insight into the type of HR projects we’ve been working on with our clients. Just in case you are looking for similar HR support and consultancy but didn’t realise it was an area we worked on: Eligibility to work issue—terminated an employee no longer entitled to work in […]

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Pets at Work

Posted August 22, 2016 - Helen in news

According to a recent report by Sense, 67% of UK workers experience feelings of guilt, anxiety and unhappiness when leaving pets at home for long periods of time. This survey result comes hot on the heels of the Bring Your Dog to Work Day that took place on 24th June; an awareness day set up […]

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Life Coaching – What’s your dream?

Posted August 22, 2016 - Helen in Life Coaching

This summer whilst you are lying on a beach in the sunshine or while you are keeping shelter from the British rain, your day to day life and office desk may seem a million miles away, and for many of us it’s a time for reflection and re-evaluation of our goals. If one of your […]

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Facebook inspiring recruitment

Posted August 22, 2016 - Helen in Recruitment

Previously we have discussed how refreshing we felt Google’s recruitment procedures were, and how HR take the lead in making the final hiring decisions Another technology company has inspired us recently, with a report on how Facebook recruit. In particular, we thought their choice of question in an interview “How do you manage work if […]

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Discrimination – lack of awareness is not an excuse

Posted August 22, 2016 - Helen in Discrimination

In May 2016, the Employment and Discrimination Tribunal in Jersey ruled in favour of a transgender woman passenger of Condor Ferries in a case of both direct and indirect discrimination. Ms Bisson called the ferry firm ahead of her journey to ask which toilets she should use whilst on-board. She was advised by the employee […]

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Sickness and Holidays

Posted August 22, 2016 - Helen in Holiday Pay & Sickness

Absences in the workplace can happen at any time of the year, but during the Summer months, the number of holidays will increase whilst the children are off school. Any sickness absences in the workplace can add to the strain if teams are already operating on smaller numbers whilst colleagues are on holiday. Here are […]

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Summer Newsletter is now available!

Posted August 22, 2016 - Helen in Holiday Pay & Life Coaching & news & Sickness

The latest issue of the HaytonHeyes HR newsletter is now available Headlines in this edition include: Sickness and Holidays: How do you handle sickness absences during the holidays? Discrimination: latest ruling from the Employment and Discrimination Tribunal Facebook: recruitment procedure Life Coaching: What’s your dream? HR Projects: a view of recent HR activities Pets at […]

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Increase in older workers in business

Posted August 8, 2016 - Helen in Discrimination & news

The Department for Work & Pensions has released statistics that show 1.14 million people aged 65 and over are in UK employment. An increase of 3% compared to 2014 and more than double the statistics from 2004. The default retirement age was scrapped in 2012 and 4 years later, there is more than 1 in 10 of […]

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