Education packs

Global exchange: immigration and overseas workers

An increasingly global workforce has increased compliance demands on many businesses. HR managers are responsible for checking employee eligibility, overseeing sponsorship of work visas and monitoring employee work status, therefore they must understand and comply with immigration laws... find out more.

 

 

Getting back in the saddle: workers compensation and RTW

Workers compensation is a complex business issue. Inundated with different policies, procedures and paperwork, managers can often feel intimidated by the compensation claims process. Managers may also be unaware of the support frameworks available to them to help encourage their employees to return to work after a work related injury or illness.. find out more.

 
 

Hook, line and sinker: Recruiting and retaining staff

To attract and recruit new employees is one thing, to keep them is another. Employee's are a business' most vital asset and it's important that a business regularly evaluates their recruiting and retaining processes to ensure they are getting the best out of their employees... find out more.

 




Strength in Diversity

Workplace diversity and inclusion are becoming vital functions of everyday business. By creating a diverse work environment an employer opens themselves up to a world of opportunities – but how is this achieved?

To help you make sense of it all, we’ve put together a comprehensive education pack filled with resources from the WorkplaceInfo archives, along with a bespoke presentation that you can present to your team addresses common myths relating... Find out more.   
 

Baby, it’s complicated: Parental leave

As Leo Burke said, “People who say they sleep like a baby usually don’t have one.”

Having a baby is a joyous event, but in terms of granting and taking parental leave it can be an anxious time for both employees and employers. As an employer, you need to navigate a complex web of regulations... Find out more. 

 




Every move you make: Technology, privacy and surveillance

Employee surveillance has been used since long before Richard Nixon bugged his own office – as well as that of his competitors – back in the 1970s. Advances in technology mean the options available to employers today are much more varied and sophisticated, but the legal and moral issues are also more complex... Find out more




 

Firm but fair: dealing with disciplinary issues

Employee discipline is an inevitable part of the HR function - every business, no matter how large or small, has to regularly confront employees about their behaviour. But how do you do it in a way that is fair to all concerned, as well as complying with the variety of rules that are in play? Find out more


 
 

 

Employees behaving badly

Christmas is a time for celebration, but it can also be a time of concern for HR and senior staff when it comes to ensuring the safety of staff during the festive season.

To help you get prepared (and to save precious time), we’ve put together a comprehensive education pack filled with content from the WorkplaceInfo archives and a presentation you can present to your team... Find out more.