As companies grow and employ more staff, the dynamics change. Everything is different when there are 25 employees as opposed to 6. In the dot com era, the fast growing companies that were spinouts from large companies really enjoyed their freedom to act. Then, as they grew, they found the maximum number of employees they Read More...on
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A travel company were plagued with high staff turnover and low pay, which lead to a high level of disruption as the company recruited, trained and then lost experienced staff. A review of the employment trends in the area and also within the travel industry, led to a change of attitude. A staff exit process Read More...on
Recent cases about holiday pay have not escaped attention and the underlying issue is based on the principle that holiday pay should be paid at the employee’s “normal” rate of pay. Recent tribunal rulings confirm that “normal remuneration” must be paid during periods of holiday so that employees are not deterred from taking their annual Read More...on
In an employment setting, employees may not always be aware that they are not performing their jobs to the level or standard that is required. However, good and effective managers can help Read More...on
A furniture manufacturer were employing two project managers. There were indications of projects not being managed effectively and both project managers using all manner of means to do their own thing. A simple grievance and disciplinary procedure was prepared. Several jobs were investigated which found examples/evidence of poor performance. Interviews were held with both Project Read More...on