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Holocaust Memorial Day 2017: how diversity in business can help wipe out fear of difference

In a week where talk is all about the rise of the Right across the globe, the building of a wall to keep Mexicans out of the USA and the introduction of a new phrase, ‘alternative truths’, it is fitting that on Holocaust Memorial Day 2017, HR180 talks about how business leaders need to think […]

September 19, 2016

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Modern slavery, employment policies and your business

With the jailing of a pair of Nottingham brothers for people trafficking and modern slavery this week (breaking 23/1/17) have you thought about your own business and how you can prevent this happening now and in the future?  HR180’s Modern Slavery Employment Policy to the rescue! In the 21st Century, slavery is happening worldwide – including […]

September 19, 2016

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Happy New Year from HR180

Wishing you a very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year from all the team at HR180!

September 19, 2016

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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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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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Business strategy planning 2017: #4 Making it stick

Making it stick In this the final part in our handy guide to business strategy planning for 2017 Leeds-based HR180’s Mission Control Consultant Sue Westhead considers how you are going to actually make your strategy happen. Sue has vast experience having managed major transformation and change initiatives in leading organisations all over the world. Follow the […]

September 19, 2016

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Business strategy planning 2017: #3 People hold everything together

People hold everything together Here’s part 3 of our guide to business strategy planning for 2017. Leeds-based HR 180’s Mission Control Consultant Sue Westhead considers the people in your business. Sue has managed major transformation and change initiatives in leading organisations, both in the UK and globally and can turn her hand to anything related to […]

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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