Category: General HR

T’was the Week Before Christmas: 4 Common HR Headaches

Christmas is fast approaching and although it is a very exciting time of year, some employees take it too far and test the limits of others in the workplace. Here Alisa Mistry takes the HR view on how to cure 4 common Christmas (work) headaches caused by party animals in your business. Staff Fighting We’ve […]

September 19, 2016

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5 ideas to inspire New Year’s Resolutions in the workplace

Christmas is fast approaching and before you know it, Big Ben will be chiming to welcome in the New Year. Perhaps you have set yourself some personal goals for 2017 – to eat healthily or get back in contact with old friends. But what about your New Year’s Resolutions for the workplace? HR180’s HR Manager, […]

September 19, 2016

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‘Christmas Relationships’: 4 top tips for working together afterwards!

HR180’s Chelsea Davis considers the embarrassing Christmas Party clinch – and how EVERYONE in your workplace can live with it afterwards! I am sure most of us have been in similar situations when drinks are flowing and your best dance moves have made an appearance – then out of nowhere the person you sit across from […]

September 19, 2016

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7 Staff Treats on a Budget this Christmas

Take a look at some of Leeds based HR company, HR180’s, ideas on how to treat your staff if you are on a strict budget this year. Last week the HR180 Heroes at HR180 enjoyed a very festive (and quite well behaved!) Christmas Party at a wonderful venue in Leeds. Late into the evening it […]

September 19, 2016

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Becky tackles the Christmas Bank Holidays Conundrum!

With the public expecting many sectors (especially retail – just think where we’d be without the Boxing Day and New Year’s sales…!?) to be fully ‘manned’ over Christmas and New Year, both employers and employees can be rather confused about Bank Holidays. It really is a conundrum! Our brilliant HR Manager and plogger (podcast blogger!) […]

September 19, 2016

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Strictly Christmas Office Party? More like a dancefloor dis-arster!

HR180’s team of HR professionals are based in Leeds, Yorkshire. At this festive time you may well need us more than you might think! STRICTLY SPOILER ALERT!!! As the glitter ball of destiny has decreed that Louise, Danny and Ore will be tripping the light fantastic, in what is tipped as the best ever final […]

September 19, 2016

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HR180 sees it all: Top 5 Employee Christmas Disasters

 As I am sure you can imagine over the ten years HR180 has been trading we’ve seen it all, done it all and bought the T-shirt!  I am regularly told that I should write a book of our experiences OR allow a TV crew onsite!  Not tempted by either of these, I did think that […]

September 19, 2016

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Biggest H&S disaster in Leeds: Barnbow Lasses 100 years on

It’s a quiet disaster involving the sacrifice of 35 women that I want to commemorate today – 100 years after the awful events of the Barnbow munitions factory situated not many miles from the HR180 office near Leeds, during the First World War. They were known and the Barnbow Lasses or Barnbow Canaries. It was […]

September 19, 2016

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Q&A: what small businesses are asking now

Forward Ladies hosted our very first #HR180Chat on Twitter in early November 2016. HR180 came up with some answers on the day to questions about common problems businesses are looking for help with. Here’s a transcript with a few more ideas for the melting pot! Q We are finding it difficult to fill general roles, […]

September 19, 2016

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TUC says fees for Employment Tribunals prevent claims: The other viewpoint

The big employment news today is that fewer people are taking claims to an employment tribunal because of fees of up to £1,200, the TUC say. (BBC NEWS). MD of Leeds-based Outsourced HR180, Claire Morley-Jones, has something to say on this subject – read on! As usual you can expect me to have an opinion […]

September 19, 2016

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