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  • Coronavirus: resource round-up

    Our resources, listed in the round-up, give guidance to employers on legal compliance and practical measures that they can take in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We cover furlough leave under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme,redundancies, lay-offs, short-time working, time off, sick pay, health and safety, and contingency planning, as well as measures taken by governments abroad that will affect global employers.

  • Take part in our survey on selecting and developing line managers

    Date:
    17 March 2020

    Line managers need to have the right people management skills to succeed in this key role. Take part in XpertHR's research to find out how organisations select and develop their line managers.

  • Employment law manual: Redundancy sections enhanced

    Date:
    17 March 2020

    One of the many consequences of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is that organisations are contemplating a range of measures including redundancies. We have overhauled and enhanced our redundancy sections of the Employment law manual to help you navigate this technical area.

  • Employment law manual: New parental bereavement leave and pay sections

    We have expanded the family-friendly chapter of the Employment law manual with new sections on parental bereavement leave and parental bereavement pay.

  • New model parental bereavement leave policy finalised

    Date:
    20 February 2020

    Parliament has approved the legislation that gives the parents of a child who dies on or after 6 April 2020 the right to up to two weeks' parental bereavement leave. We provide a model policy and supporting forms and letters on this new right.

  • Brexit: resource round-up

    Following the UK's departure from the EU on 31 January 2020, EU law continues to apply to the UK as if it were a member of the EU until 31 December 2020, the date when the transition period ends. Our resources will help employers to prepare for the end of the free movement rules and the new regime that will be in effect from 1 January 2021, and to understand potential changes to UK employment law.

  • Take part in our annual absence rates and costs survey

    Date:
    20 February 2020

    Managing employee absence starts with good data. Take part in XpertHR's survey on absence rates to receive the latest data on how your organisation compares.

  • Coming soon to XpertHR

    Updated to include information on the forthcoming workforce planning good practice manual, an IR35 webinar, and a podcast on trends in HR metrics.

  • Time off over Christmas and New Year

    We round up our resources that will help employers manage requests for time off during the festive season, when business needs may range from requiring a certain level of cover to shutting down operations. Our resources include research on employers' arrangements for work and rest over the Christmas and New Year period, to help you benchmark your organisation.

  • Managing behaviour at work events

    We round up our resources that will help employers avoid problems at a work-related event, including at the Christmas or end-of-year work party. Our resources include research on employers' arrangements for celebrations over the Christmas and New Year period, to help you benchmark your organisation.

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Rachel Davis, HR manager, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP