I’ve got just one staff member- do I really need a Contract?
I’ve got just one staff member- do I really need a Contract? On 6th April 2020 the Law changed: a new entitlement, from day one, to a written statement of main terms and conditions for both workers and employees came into force. In effect it placed both categories of ‘employees’ and ‘workers’ under the same umbrella. […]Read more »
Are You & Your Employees on the Same Page?
Are You & Your Employees on the Same Page? Company culture is an important starting point for your business- and one that can mean the difference between success and failure. At best, poor culture can result in missed opportunities and staff pulling in different directions. At worst, poor culture can result in complex and expensive […]Read more »
Harris Law Complete
Harris Law Complete Designed for businesses who have more than 10 employees and is ideal for businesses looking to outsource their employment law advice and HR function. It comes with the expertise and care of your own Harris Law Lawyer working with and in your business. With this package we, as your Harris Law employment […]Read more »
Understanding Contracts of Employment – And How to Get Them Right
Understanding Contracts of Employment – And How to Get Them Right You’ve gone through the recruitment process and found the ideal candidate. You’ve sent them a contract of employment. What could possibly go wrong? Regrettably, this is a complex area of employment law, and if your contract of employment isn’t appropriately worded, it could cause […]Read more »
Improve Your Workplace Productivity
Improve Your Workplace Productivity and your Company Culture Company culture, by definition, is something that determines how an organisation’s employees and management interact with each other. It is something that naturally develops over time, making it extremely difficult to reform. Company culture is directly linked to employee engagement, so the benefits of a successful reform […]Read more »
Fire Safety in the Workplace: the Basics.
Fire Safety in the Workplace: the Basics At Christmas time, it is not uncommon for organisations to get into the festive spirit and decorate the office. Perhaps your office has an artificial tree this year, covered in tinsel, baubles and fairy lights. Decorating the office for Christmas may seem harmless enough, but can actually be […]Read more »