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Businesses have dealt with a lot over the past few weeks. The global COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to create new remote working structures, in order to ensure staff safety. And just as they get used to this 'new normal', further challenges arise ...
The concept of the office is changing. Internet connectivity is enabling companies to operate more flexibly than ever before, recruiting employees in different locations, on different types of contract, to create the perfect mix of skills.
The bank holiday for Boxing Day in 2020 will be observed on Monday 28th December instead of Saturday 26th December 2020, here we explain what you need to do if this affects your company, if anything.
In business, you’re only as strong as your people – yet professionals are working longer hours and taking more tasks home with them than ever before. It’s a company’s job to protect talented staff, making sure they have time to recharge so they can work at their happiest and most productive.
It’s the start of a new year – and, for many companies, a new holiday calendar. But while most employees look forward to their leave entitlement renewing, there are always a few people with days left to spare from the previous year. How your business handles unused holiday can have a major impact on employee relationships.
The new year is a time of new beginnings for companies – often new marketing and sales strategies come into force, and your staff may be starting a new holiday year as well. But rather than just resetting their leave entitlement, this is the ideal moment to look at how well your leave approval processes are functioning, as they could benefit from an overhaul in 2020.
Most companies underestimate the time and effort it takes to keep track of employee leave. Whether you’re an SME with a small team, or a large enterprise with hundreds of staff, the consequences of a poorly managed holiday calendar can be significant to your business.
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