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Safety

On your guard: keeping your workplace machinery safe for employees

Jul 29, 2016
Michael Sturgess

Whether you operate an industrial plant with heavy-duty equipment, a butcher’s shop with a meat slicer, or a joinery workshop with a laser cutting machine, you need to be aware of the vital systems that...

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Safety

Is your business doing enough to manage asbestos risks?

Jul 26, 2016
Michael Sturgess

A UK car manufacturer has been fined £120,000 for failing to protect workers from the risks of asbestos at one of its sites. The prosecution was brought by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), who...

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Compliance

Cracking the dress code – these shoes were made for working

Jul 25, 2016
Stuart Morley

Workplace dress codes have been called into sharp focus following the recent highly-publicised incident involving former-actress Nicola Thorp, sent home from her new city job on her first day for refusing to wear heels. Nicola...

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BREXIT

Managing hate crime in the workplace

Jul 22, 2016
Gillian Smith

Reported hate crime has risen 42% since our vote for BREXIT, presenting employers with perhaps their first tangible HR challenge since the historic decision to leave. The vote split the UK’s population in half, with...

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Compliance

Holiday pay – how do you calculate your staff allowances?

Jul 20, 2016
Tom Muirhead

While employees count down the days to their time in the sun, concerned only by the price of the pound and which socks and sandals to pack, the summer season is an altogether more difficult...

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Compliance

Happy with auto-enrolment? Maybe it’s time to re-evaluate your budget

Jul 19, 2016
John Spooner

The auto-enrolment pension scheme is a political solution to a long-term problem – the continuous growth in our life expectancy, and how we’re going to pay for it. But what’s happening in the short-term, and...

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Safety

Farms – places of work not playgrounds

Jul 18, 2016
Donna Buckle

The six-week school summer holidays can be a source of joy for children and frustration for parents. But 100 years ago, there was no danger of anyone getting bored or struggling to find childcare. School...

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Safety

E. coli 0157 outbreak affecting more than 100 people in UK

Jul 14, 2016
Leanne Spice

Public Health England (PHE) is continuing to investigate an outbreak of E. coli O157, with 100 cases currently being looked into. The organisation, which suspects mixed salad leaves could be responsible for the outbreak, has...

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News

Managing absence on the least productive day of the year

Jul 08, 2016
Stuart Clough

With a disruptive summer of sport ahead, managing employee absence as sports fans seek ways to watch their teams could be a real headache for business. Today is a big day for sport. We’ve got...

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