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HR At Work commenced operations in early 2016 following on from the success of our Channel Islands based sister company which was founded in 2004.
We are a mix of CIPD qualified HR professionals, legally trained employment specialists and H&S qualified professionals. As such, you can be assured that you will receive advice which both meets your HR/H&S requirements and fully complies in your jurisdiction.
There is no such thing as totally ‘risk free’ advice, but we will explain your options to you and assess the levels of risk attached to each option – you are then free to make an informed decision for your business.
We believe that clients should be able to gain access to robust, cost effective employment and Health & Safety advice without paying exorbitant fees or worrying whether the advice is accurate, this is the service you will receive from HR At Work.
Any form of outsourcing should improve efficiency and reduce cost – if it doesn’t, something isn’t working.
Martin is also a member of CIPD and the IoD.
Heidi is the Policy Advisor for the Chartered Institute of Personal and Development and Chair of the Education and Training Sub-Committee for the Institute of Directors.
In addition to advising clients, Sharon also conducts advocacy in Employment Tribunals and is responsible for our black letter law training.
Merry Christmas to all from HR At Work!
The firm where new mums – and dads – get fully funded parental leave By Chris Johnston Business reporter, BBC News The UK’s largest insurer will allow all new parents the same amount of paid leave after the arrival of a child. Aviva will offer its 16,000 employees 26 weeks leave on full basic pay, Read more about 26 weeks leave for both parents – birth, adoption or surrogacy![…]
‘Outsourced’ workers seek better deal in landmark case By Clive Coleman Legal correspondent, BBC News Image copyright Getty Images A group of 75 workers, including porters and receptionists, are going to tribunal to gain more rights at work. As outsourced employees, they are supplied to the University of London by a facilities company, but do Read more about “Joint Employer” Status?[…]
The most and least productive cities in the UK Rianna Fulham If workers across the UK were as productive as those in London and South East, there would be a £200billion boost to Britain’s economy. Workers in the South East – including cities such as London, Slough, Reading, Milton Keynes and Aldershot – have Read more about Least Productive in the UK?[…]
An employment tribunal has ruled that a group of Addison Lee drivers were workers and therefore entitled to rights such as holiday pay and the national minimum wage. By Jo Faragher The ruling will affect thousands of drivers working for the taxi and courier company, according to the law firm representing them, Leigh Day. Worker Read more about Gig Economy Workers[…]
Macmillan at Work In the UK, more than 112,000 people of working age are diagnosed with cancer each year. ‘Working age’ generally means people aged from 16 to 64. Macmillan also estimates there are 700,000 employees caring for someone with cancer in the UK. Work is important for many people with cancer or caring for Read more about Cancer in the Workplace[…]
Romanian whose messages were read by employer ‘had privacy breached’ European court ruling will force firms to give more explicit warnings to staff if they want to monitor internet use Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent and Kevin Rawlinson A European court of human rights judgment has bolstered the rights of employees to have a significant Read more about Do you monitor employees?[…]
The decision by the Supreme Court that the employment tribunal fees system is unlawful may be one of the most monumental employment law decisions this year, but there have been a number of other significant cases. Laura Merrylees looks at six of the top employment law decisions in 2017, and a few decisions to look Read more about 2017 Employment Case Round-up[…]
Employment status: Pimlico Plumbers case heads to Supreme Court By Stephen Simpson The Supreme Court has granted Pimlico Plumbers permission to appeal against the Court of Appeal decision that a plumber who signed an agreement with the company describing him as self-employed was in fact a worker. In February 2017, in Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and Read more about Another twist in the tail of ‘Worker’ Status[…]
Kamal Ahmed, Economics editor, BBC A government review of the rapidly changing world of work is to demand a radical overhaul of employment law and new guarantees on the minimum wage. The review is set to call for a new category of worker called a “dependent contractor”. Those workers – likely to cover riders for Read more about “A radical overhaul of employment law” on the way?[…]