HR & Employment Law Insights

Helping family businesses, start-ups, charities, social enterprises, and other growing or established businesses throughout the UK make sense of HR and Employment Law challenges.

We understand that it can be difficult to make an induction sound interesting but it is about finding a good balance.

You should carry out an induction as it will help your new appointment to establish themselves quickly in their job and productivity become motivated to do well and fit into the business early on.

We get asked HR related questions every day and each week we will be sharing our top question of the week that we have been asked here at The HR Booth.

In this week's question of the week, Alistair discusses how to manage the day to day performance of staff for a busy business owner.

We get asked HR related questions every day and each week we will be sharing our top question of the week that we have been asked here at The HR Booth.

In this week's question of the week, Alistair discusses the National Living Wage.

Every day, thousands of companies are looking for new ways to improve their efficiency and capabilities of their staff. New and improved technology is increasing at a phenomenal rate. Some people have a great ability to learn these new programs and upgrades, but not everyone can adapt to change so quickly. Since we all learn at different paces, it's important to understand that the interactive media products that your customers and staff utilise won't be second nature for them all.

It’s been another busy week at The HR Booth, where we have been solving customer problems and helping with HR related enquiries.

Here’s another question we’ve been asked to respond to this week.

It’s been another busy week at The HR Booth, where we have been solving customer problems and helping with HR related enquiries.

Here’s another question we’ve been asked to respond to this week.

It’s been another busy week at The HR Booth, where we have been solving customer problems and helping with HR related enquiries.

Here’s another question we’ve been asked to respond to this week.

Keep your corporate data secure by talking to your staff and training them on its importance.

Nearly a quarter of employees believe that corporate data security is not their responsibility. A survey conducted in 2014 by Absolute Software found that 23% of employees claimed data security was the organisation’s responsibility, rather than the individual’s.