GDPR and BYOD – two new acronyms crucial for employers

In 2017 most organisations benefit from at least some employees being able to access business information on the move. Smartphones provide facilities that can be invaluable for efficiency, time-tracking, navigation, photo evidence and event ticketing to mention just a few. In the UK a third of all employees now use personal devices rather than business […]

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Self-employed workers holiday pay

13 years holiday back pay at self employed rates, more than a year’s earnings, must mean that Christmas is here for Mr Conley King. He might not be alone. The relatively new Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) has vowed that its members will be “coming to collect” their back-holiday pay. That could be […]

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Communicating with Millennial employees

Employees age between approximately 25 and 34 represent the “Millennial” generation and communication with them is significantly different than with older generations. Research conducted in September 2017 revealed that three quarters of millennials in the UK prefer digital communication to other forms, such as speaking to people! What does this mean for employers? Digital communication […]

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Employees’ mental health and higher profit

Companies that address their employees’ mental health turn a higher profit, a new study has found. According to Soma Analytics, FTSE 100 businesses that used the phrases ‘mental health’ or ‘wellbeing’ more than twice in their annual reports last year enjoyed up to three times more profit than those that didn’t. Companies with two or […]

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