PBS FAQs: Workplace Relationships

These FAQs consider the often-tricky issue of how to manage personal relationships in the workplace and, in particular, what to do when things go wrong! This newsletter was curated by Nicole Squires, MA, Chartered MCIPD, an Executive Consultant at People Based...

PBS HR Newsletter – June 2019

IT problems hinder UK workers’ productivity New research has revealed that the average worker spends over one working day a month fixing their own IT issues, with almost a third reporting that their workplace IT systems are hindering their productivity.  click here to...

March 2019 FAQ’s

This April there are a number of legal changes relating to pay, including new requirements relating to the provision of pay slips, as well as changes to statutory rates, such as the National Minimum Wage, which employers need to be aware of. Therefore, in this month’s...

PBS Valentine’s Day News Letter

Whilst romance may be in the air this Valentine’s day, in this month’s HR FAQs listed below, we turn our attention to the often-tricky issue of how to manage personal relationships in the workplace and, in particular, what to do when things go wrong! This newsletter...

PBS HR Newsletter – February 2019

Travelodge announces recruitment plans to target out of work parents The hotel chain, Travelodge, has announced a five-step plan aimed at encouraging out of work parents to apply for vacant posts. This recruitment drive comes in light of a joint survey conducted in...

January 2019 FAQ’s

  In this month’s FAQ’s we look at Employee Engagement, Working in a Cold Environment, Managing Employee Absence, Managing In-work Poverty and Legal Update   [hrf_faqs category=’HRNJAN2019FAQ’] Employee Engagement A recent survey by...