Welcome to this HR blast. Across 2014 we have written on many topics and often get feedback relating to how these short topics, written in plain English, help to clarify employment issues.
No doubt though you have all been on holiday at some point this year, or otherwise been far too busy to read and have missed a few. Therefore in this Blast, we are delighted to provide links to:
The 10 most popular HR Blasts of the year
- Dismissing staff with short service
- E-cigarette mayhem in the workplace
- Can’t sack him he’s stressed
- Employment Law update
- Tips for employers – effective interviewing
- Unconscious Bias
- It’s the final straw – disciplining long serving staff
- Managing change against the tide
- Bad attitude? Performance or misconduct
- Staff reps: challenges and benefits
Our six most read blogs
- HR humour – quit your navel-gazing and raise your game!
- Tribunal decision making falls to new low
- Pastafarians – time wasters or life enhancers?
- Recruitment vs dismissal
- Shh! Employee relaxing… it’s holiday time
A couple of the most popular, humorous Tweets (to lighten the mood)
Google workers living in California parking lot: 3 free meals a day and showers in the gym! http://ow.ly/Bq9Gj
Boss sacked for making employee give him a piggyback, what unreasonable demands do you make of your staff? http://ow.ly/ynFAG
The office where you can go work dressed as a wizard or a ninja! Company benefits that will surprise you the most http://ow.ly/A3jaN
As always if you have questions, comments or would like some support, please do get in touch. Jaluch provides a wide ranging generalise HR and Training service as well as selling Training products and if we can’t support you ourselves, we are always happy to refer you on to businesses that we think will be able to. We look forward to hearing from you.
The information contained within this article is for general guidance only and represents our understanding of employment and associated law and employee relations issues as at the date of publication. Jaluch Limited, or any of its directors or employees, cannot be held responsible for any action or inaction taken in reliance upon the contents. Specific advice should be sought on all individual matters.