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Should your company give paid bereavement leave?

Should your company give paid bereavement leave?

Good employers understand that staff perform best when they’re well looked after. Most of the time this means offering a supportive work environment and opportunities for progression, but sometimes personal circumstances can affect people’s ability to do their job.
By Mark Tomkinson
How to offer extra parental leave without disrupting day-to-day business

How to offer extra parental leave without disrupting day-to-day business

Continued lockdowns and social restrictions are wearing most of us down – and the UK’s parents are at high risk of burnout. Home schooling and temporary nursery closures to control outbreaks of COVID-19 have left many struggling to balance their personal and professional lives. Some parents have already burned through...
By Tony Bushell
Should you be offering your employees more paid sick leave?

Should you be offering your employees more paid sick leave?

New Zealand’s president, Jacinda Ardern, has received global praise for her handling of the coronavirus outbreak, and now she’s turning her attention to domestic health issues. In a recent speech, Ardern announced that she’s doubling fully paid statutory sick leave...
By Mark Tomkinson
The Alternative Bank Holiday: 9 national events you could turn into time off

The Alternative Bank Holiday: 9 national events you could turn into time off

As much as we love our jobs, most of us look forward to taking time off – and Bank Holidays feel even sweeter, as friends, family and workmates are off too. It’s nice enjoying time to yourself, knowing colleagues won’t be loading your inbox with tasks ahead of...
By Phil Cross
4 ways to deal with your team’s 2020 unused holiday

4 ways to deal with your team’s 2020 unused holiday

2020 has been an extraordinary year in so many ways, especially for businesses. Lockdown, furlough and social distancing have all affected how and when people have been able to work, and it’s left many employees with a big chunk of unclaimed annual leave.
By Tony Bushell
Furloughed again? It might impact your annual leave

Furloughed again? It might impact your annual leave

Over 9.6 million professionals have been furloughed in the UK since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in March 2020, and the scheme is far from over. As the country battles further lockdowns and restricted movement over the winter, employees that have returned to work may find themselves going back onto furlough – and it’s not just their salary that will be affected.
By Callum Ellis
5 reasons you should be managing holiday on your mobile

5 reasons you should be managing holiday on your mobile

Most of us are reliant on our smartphone – the average Brit checks their phone once every 12 minutes – except when it comes to one area of life: our careers.

While we might check emails on our mobile, other tasks don’t tend to involve our favourite device; and we’re missing the chance...
By Bradley Revell
Has lockdown left your firm with an annual leave backlog?

Has lockdown left your firm with an annual leave backlog?

Our entire working and living structure has changed in the face of the global pandemic; it’s affected both our jobs, and the way we enjoy time off.

Millions of people across the country have been forced to cancel or postpone trips as a result of travel disruption and quarantine regulations.

By Callum Ellis
Does your annual leave policy need an overhaul for 2021?

Does your annual leave policy need an overhaul for 2021?

With 2021 on the horizon, many businesses are putting plans in place for the next twelve months. While companies often focus on client and customer goals, it’s important to pay attention to internal policies – including how your business manages annual leave.
By Tony Bushell
Should you give staff extra days off as a post-lockdown treat?

Should you give staff extra days off as a post-lockdown treat?

It's been a tough year for everyone. Companies have seen sales suffer as a result of lockdown and social restrictions, and have relied on the dedication and commitment of their workforce to survive and thrive.
By Bradley Revell
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