Peter Thomson, an expert on the changing world of work, helps you get your line managers on board with flexible working.
Gary Bates and Sarah-Jane Georges, both account directors at behaviour change company Steps, discuss the best ways to develop line manager confidence and competence in having difficult conversations.
Darren Newman discusses some common challenges when managing poor performance including: providing negative feedback constructively; identifying and acting on barriers to success; and progressing through a process when feedback does not work.
Issues that can arise during maternity leave range from the mundane, such as keeping lines of communication open, to the dramatic, such as putting an employee at risk of redundancy. We discuss common scenarios during maternity leave, and how to deal with them.
Jo Broadbent, counsel knowledge lawyer at law firm Hogan Lovells, discusses the legal framework protecting pregnant employees and the health and safety considerations employers should be aware of.
We are joined by Max Winthrop to go through the steps that employers need to take to ensure fair and robust disciplinary and grievance procedures.
Darren Newman discusses tricky sickness absence related issues, including the relationship between sickness absence and disability discrimination, and the steps you can take to support an employee's return to work.
We are joined by Jo Broadbent and Stefan Martin from Hogan Lovells to answer your questions on data retention under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Special guest Jo Broadbent, who is a professional support lawyer with Hogan Lovells, joins us to discuss the rights that apply to pregnant employees and those on maternity leave in a redundancy situation, including the practical steps employers can take to avoid falling foul of the law.
In this week's podcast, we discuss the thorny issue of harmonising terms and conditions after a TUPE transfer as well as the practicalities of handling dismissals in a TUPE situation.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.
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