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How to deal with an underperforming employee

The majority of successful organisations usually have to rely on their employees working together to achieve a common goal. The team must also believe in the company’s vision. However, completing a work project can be challenging if one or several members of staff fail to play their part. If an...

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Furlough Scheme – A blueprint for future redundancies?

Last month, the Chancellor announced an unprecedented package of Government measures to support businesses through the economic impact of COVID-19. Front and centre was the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), which introduced the concept of “furlough". While CJRS is only intended to be a...

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Employment Law

The Good Work Plan - what it means for your business

In April 2020, employers will have to adhere to new employment laws proposed in the government’s Good Work Plan. However, the majority of UK businesses are completely unaware that these laws are due to come into effect. A survey by Citation, conducted via OnePoll, found that 59% of British...

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Employment Law

What are your rights as a gig economy worker?

The “gig economy” is a term that is used to describe the high number of short-term contracts or freelance work, as opposed to permanent jobs. It has been estimated that as many as five million British workers are involved in the gig economy. Under the gig economy, a worker gets paid for each...

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