Tag: Employment Law

Whistleblowing in the workplace – what does it really mean?

Employees are often afraid to speak up if they see something happening that should not be happening at work.  However, employers are often sceptical of employees raising concerns and claiming to be whistleblowing when they are not.  So what is whistleblowing, and what kind of policy do you need to have in place? HR180’s HR […]

September 19, 2016

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Data Protection: 8 questions to ask about your business

Data protection: dull as dish water, or potential hot water? Our superhero HR Manager Becky Mee takes a look at the boring bits as well as the more juicy ones! Read on for 8 questions you need to be asking about your own business, and how you can get help to keep within the law… By […]

September 19, 2016

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Nationalisation or National Crisis? 5 reasons why it could be harmful to SMEs

With just under 3 weeks to the General Election, Claire Morley-Jones, MD and founder of HR180, takes a look at Nationalisation (as proposed in the Labour Manifesto) and why it could well be harmful for SMEs and workers alike.  By Claire Morley-Jones   Whilst the thought of yet another three weeks of election blurb fills me with […]

September 19, 2016

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Brexit and UK Employment Legislation – the impact and what you can do about it

With 4 weeks to go to the UK General Election, and Brexit high on the agenda, HR Manager Laura Rigby, takes to look at (so you don’t have to!) the Government’s 4 most likely priorities to review in respect of Employment Legislation. By Laura Rigby As we know, the UK will leave the European Union in […]

September 19, 2016

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Why is “bad work” bad for the economy?

Some breaking news? The government is reviewing zero-hours contracts and how they affect workers, businesses and the economy. Today the head of the committee in charge of the review spoke to the BBC about “bad work”. In the era of “fake news” and “bad dudes” is this just another sound bite, or is there substance […]

September 19, 2016

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Brexit and employment law – where are we up to?

After a week of accusations and counter accusations about the mood of a recent dinner discussion between Jean-Claude Juncker and Theresa May, there seems to be a divergence of opinion in the way Brexit talks will go! However, British business can’t sit waiting for the inevitable to happen – especially when planning for growth. And growth […]

September 19, 2016

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The Brexit Effect: good for employers, not so good for employees?

Now that Article 50 has been triggered, there will be week upon week of speculation as to what will happen to UK law post-March 2019…so we thought we would join in too! Here’s a look at one part of Employment Law – holiday pay and how things may change for the better or for the worse depending on […]

September 19, 2016

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Have you budgeted for statutory redundancy pay increases from April 2017?

How is your HR strategy looking for the next financial year? All in good shape? Got all your new minimum wage levels in place in your staffing budget and payroll? Yes, then well done! How about the new maximum redundancy rates coming into force April 2017? Ooooo, did we get you there? Never fear, HR180 is […]

September 19, 2016

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Will I have to pay the Apprenticeship Levy?

As the original outsourced HR company, HR180 offers commercial HR services to a vast range of business partners of all sizes across Leeds, Yorkshire, the UK and internationally. With the introduction of the new Apprenticeship Levy in April 2017, British businesses of all sizes have a role to play in improving apprentice training – but […]

September 19, 2016

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Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Your Responsibilities, The Timings And 5 Actions You Can Take Now

Leeds based HR180 is a team of superheroes delivering HR Outsourcing, Projects and Consultancy. We are committed to equality for all employees irrespective of gender. We work with organisations of all sizes to establish working policies to go above and beyond Employment Law requirements, to protect both employees and employers alike. With requirements for Gender Pay Gap […]

September 19, 2016

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