Monthly Archives: July 2013

The false economy of neglecting Human Resources

In some companies, HR can be seen as an add-on as opposed to integral function of an organisation. There are two obvious reasons for this; firstly, HR doesn’t always offer the same kind of excitement or glamour as something like
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Mid-Yorkshire Chamber and organic hr’s discounted HR service

Starting this week, we’ve teamed up with the Mid-Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce and Pennine Business Partners to offer chamber members exclusive HR support. Having good HR practices s is vital to the effective running of a modern business, so along
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How to reduce staff absence in the workplace

Figures released by Price Waterhouse Coopers last week suggest that sickness absence is costing the UK economy around £29 billion a year.

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More employment law changes! Here are 5 for July…

This year so far has seen a huge number of changes to UK employment law, many of which require employers to take action – and July is no exception. Here 5 changes which come into effect from the 29th of
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Hot weather and the workplace

The current heat wave in the UK will be a cause for celebration for some, and reason to despair for others, but sun-worshipper or not, the rarity of this warm weather brings some considerations for managers in the workplace.

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Understanding organisational culture

There are lots of things business leaders need to consider when they’re starting a company and keeping it on track. Finances, sales and operational issues are some that first spring to mind; suffice to say ‘business culture’ – or ‘organisational
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