The end of the Job Retention Scheme | What happens once furlough ends?

COVID-19 advice The information in this blog is correct as at 11 May 2020. For the most up-to-date Employment Law and Health & Safety advice to support your organisation through the COVID-19 pandemic, visit our Coronavirus Advice Hub, which is updated daily and contains a variety of free guidance notes, letter templates, checklists, risk assessments and […]

Health and safety for office workers | Practical steps for employers

It’s quite common for employers in office-based businesses to have a relaxed attitude to health and safety. You might assume that if there are no obvious high-risk hazards, such as ladders to fall off or machines to get limbs caught in, then there’s nothing to worry about. Get your FREE consultation In reality, however, there […]

Ellis Whittam | Helping UK entrepreneurs sleep at night

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We meet with UK business owners every day. And all too often we’re told how common it is for them to have restless nights – waking up feeling like they need to know everything, do everything and (for many) get things right first time.  We find this is particularly common for: Organisations in growth New […]

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES | 6 ways to prevent burnout

how to identify stress burnout

Look around your office. Do you have any employees that are just running on empty? Do they look exhausted? Are they struggling to concentrate on tasks? Are they irritable? Do they feel detached from their job? If any of the answers to these questions is ‘yes’, the employee may be at the risk of burnout. […]

Government publishes Social Mobility Index

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Is your company doing enough to help those from less privileged backgrounds advance their careers? The government has acknowledged that employers could be doing more and has published a Social Mobility Index naming employers who have taken the biggest strides in giving opportunities to people of all backgrounds. Who makes the list? Almost 100 employers […]