Ensuring A Successful Recruitment Process

You never want to see a member of staff leave the team, but sometimes it can’t be helped. Most of the time it’s not a bad split, and you wish them luck in their new place of work.

The problem now though is that you have a job role than needs filling.

Recruiting new members of staff can at times be a stressful process, so we’ve decided to try and help make it a little easier and ensure that the person you hire is perfect for the job.

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How To Prepare Yourself At Work For The New Year

It’s the end of the year. You’ve made it. But that doesn’t mean it’s time to switch off.

This is the time you should be looking at what you can do to get ahead and make sure you’re ready for when the New Year comes around. With that being said, we’ve decided to look at a few ways you can prepare yourself for the upcoming year.

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Important 2018 Dates For Your Diary

Here is the list of important dates that you should be remembering over the next couple of months.

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Dealing With Inappropriate Behaviour In The Workplace

A happy workplace is always something that an employer should strive for. It’s great when all of your employees are getting along and working to a high standard. Getting along well with co-workers can often encourage staff to do well and make the workplace a better place.

However, some employees have the tendency to par take in behaviour that makes other employees uncomfortable and can be deemed unprofessional to say the least.

In light of the many recent allegations, we decided to take a look at what kind of behaviour is acceptable in the workplace.

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Our Experience At The CIPD Annual Conference And Exhibition 2017

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Meeting Food Hygiene Laws & Training Employees

Are you currently planning on opening a new restaurant? Do you already run an establishment but struggle to keep up with food safety legislation?

If you work in a place that deals with food, it’s important that you have correct procedures in place and are complying with the most recent legislation.

We’ve taken a look at the main food hygiene laws that anyone working in the hospitality industry must adhere to and the best ways to make sure employees are fully trained and qualified.

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Biggest Office Headaches Facing The Hospitality Industry

In an industry that works so closely with customers, the hospitality industry naturally faces a lot of HR issues. From morale of employees to general health and safety, the hospitality industry can be a rewarding but challenging industry to work in. In this post we’ll be looking at some of the biggest issues facing the hospitality industry.

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Employment Tribunal Fees Scrapped In Landmark Court Victory

On Wednesday 26th July 2017, the UK Supreme Court ruled in favour of eliminating unfair Employment Tribunal fees. The Government will now have to refund over £27m to people who have been unfairly charged over the last 4 years. This was a huge win for Unison, one of the UK’s largest trade unions who represent full-time and part-time staff who provide public services. It is being described as “the biggest victory in a court in British employment history”, so we felt like we should take a look at what happened.

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The Risks Of Breathing In Harmful Substances

Spreading Awareness And The Effect It Has On Your Business

Every year, thousands of people suffer from breathing in harmful substances such as dust, fumes and vapour. Exposure to these substances can lead to developing asthma, lung scaring and even cancer. It’s a huge risk that workers are subjecting themselves to and we need to raise awareness of the ways to prevent this.

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10 Of The Biggest HR Mistakes Over The Last Few Years

When a large company makes a mistake, it’s often hard to cover up as they are under the microscope. Even the smallest issue can be blown out of proportion and spread around. But these mistakes deserve to be talked about.

In this list, we’ll be going through some of the biggest HR mistakes that have been made over the past few years and how they could have been prevented.

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