How to make a flexible work request

How to make a flexible work request

In this blog, we walk you through the process of how to make a flexible work request. Although we cannot guarantee that if you follow these steps your request will be approved (as every business is different), we can give…
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Ageism in the workplace

As the UK workforce ages, reducing the risk of discrimination of ageism in the workplace is going to become more of an issue for employers.  Recent studies show that we expect a quarter of UK employees to be over the…
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Announcing New Partnership Appointments

From 22 November, Rachel Toulmin and Rachael Griffiths will become partners in the business.  Helen Moore, Managing Director says: ” Rachel Toulmin is a pivotal person since the inception of The Employment Solicitor. Rachel’s Directorship has been in sight for some time.…
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How AI can inform your HR decisions

There are many positive aspects to how AI can inform your HR decisions but there are also some issues to bear in mind, especially if you want to reduce the risk of grievances.  Artificial Intelligence is growing as a tool…
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4 Tips for Work Satisfaction

Feeling satisfied with your job is important to how well you enjoy your workday. Often when we don’t look forward to going to work it has little to do with the job and more to do with something else happening…
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How to set boundaries when working in a hybrid office

Working in a hybrid office can have opportunities for new ways of working. It can also blur the boundaries between the office and home, cementing bad habits that may have formed out of necessity during lockdown. Having good work boundaries…
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Is my redundancy an unfair dismissal?

If you think your redundancy may be an unfair dismissal, the first thing you need to do is take some advice.  In this blog, we’ll look at some of the complex situations around redundancy and furlough. We’ll explain a couple…
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