As with most things, there's a right and a wrong way to fire people. Here's how to dismiss an employee fairly, and why getting it wrong can cost you dear.
You have a duty to protect temporary staff in the same way as permanent employees. Don't, and you could find the seasonal goodwill in short supply.
For the sake of balance, we thought we'd explain why we need certain bits of information. And what can happen if we don't have it when it matters.
For those a bit hazy on the details, continuous insurance is a type of policy that only stops when its cancelled. Sounds obvious but here's why that's a good thing.
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Some insurers are considering cancelling their customers’ employers’ liability cover where they don’t have a corresponding ERN.
If you’re not already aware, the law says that all businesses must complete a health and safety risk assessment. A new online tool from the HSE can help.
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