Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, employers are responsible, as far as is reasonably practicable, for the safety, health and welfare of employees. This not only applies to hazards that can affect the employee physically but also hazards that can affect them psychologically. In this blog, post we look at 7 […]
Over the last few months, there have been various redundancies across the tech industry with layoffs in Twitter and Meta. In HR terms, these large layoffs are called Collective Redundancies. Collective Redundancies – What Are They? To help understand collective redundancies and prevent unfair dismissals, here are some important things to know. Collective Redundancies These […]
On December 1, the new Payment of Wages Act will come into force. This new law around tips and gratuities means that all employers will be required to display information on how tips, gratuities and mandatory charges are shared or distributed among staff. Who will this effect? Most commonly, this will effect employers in the tourism, […]
‘Man is like a mine rich in gems of inestimable value’
It really is true that you get back what you give! Therefore, you should treat your Staff as you would want them to treat your best Customer/Client. Is it reasonable to expect your Staff to be courteous and helpful to your Customers if you as an employer don’t provide them with a living wage and […]
Annual leave entitlements will be calculated in accordance with the Organisation of Working Time Act 1997. Here is the information for Public Holidays in 2016.