Managing the redundancy process, particularly around consultation is never easy. However, as news reports have shown over the last few days, getting it wrong can not only be damaging to a company’s reputation it could result in criminal charges against the board of directors. Read More
Most Executives take managing risk quite seriously, the better to evade the kinds of crises that can destroy reputations, value and even cause ruin to an organisation.
Especially in the wake of the Brexit, many are striving to put in place more thorough risk-related processes and oversight structures in order to detect and correct, safety breaches, operational errors, and over-leveraging before they become full-blown disasters. Read More
It’s not just business owners who feel that recruitment agencies don’t always do a great job in getting the right candidates for the right jobs.
As reported by Personnel Today, many job seekers also believe that recruitment agencies aren’t necessary. Read More
For every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction…. so states Newton’s 3rd Law, which is never more apparent than in January.
The Christmas break is a distant memory; you may be sat at your desk doing dry January, Veganuary or each of the above. Exccept (as in my case) you’re left with the reminder of festivities being a little bit more squidgy that you were a month ago. Christmas is the action, your waistline and bank balance are the equal and opposite reactions. One increases, the other diminishes. Read More
It has been revealed in the media today that the Prime Minister is launching a consultation regarding the possibility of forcing employers to report on the pay structures of ethnic employees compared to non-ethnic ones.
This follows much discussion by many politicians and government offices on the discrepancies in pay structures for ethnic groups who state that generally they have to submit twice as many cv’s for job applications compared to their non-ethnic peers. Read More