Last month, a story about one RAC manager posing a rather offensive question at interview made its way into the press. The reaction to the question, and the subsequent apology from RAC too, might not surprise you in the slightest. But what might surprise you is that employers are making mistakes, which can cost them thousands of pounds.
Disability in the workplace is certainly a tricky issue for employers to approach. However, retaining a common sense outlook on any issues arising from an employee's health can help you to make decisions as you move forward.
When you run a business, you’d like to think that how your employees behave outside of work doesn’t affect the reputation of your brand. Nowadays though, with the advent of social media and the way it impacts on almost everything from home life right through to work, you need to make sure that your staff can’t harm your business with the things they share.
It's a daunting part of business that you don't want to get wrong – so here are the most important considerations for 2015.
In this article, Kirsty Senior, co-founder and director of CitrusHR, lays out five common problems that SMEs create when they don't properly lay out job contracts; etc.
Let’s be honest, maternity leave can be a nuisance for smaller businesses. And I should know – I’ve just come back from it myself.