In our current Monthly recap HR blog Newsletter – November 2023 we have:
- Cold weather working: Helping workers stay safe and warm | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
- Award of Excellence – Finest HR Consultants 2023 | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
- Phillips v Aneurin Bevan University Local Health Board | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
- Festive HR Issues | Guidance from Consensus HR, Herts, Beds
- Fabulously Festive Horror Stories | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
- Teen wins victimisation case after sexual harassment | Consensus HR | Herts, Beds
Cold weather working: Helping workers stay safe and warm | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
With the weather forecasts showing that we are due some very cold weather, what are the legal rules? In our current blog we discuss using what the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) suggest.
Employers are being reminded of their responsibilities to keep workers safe as the first spell of cold weather is set to hit the country.
Award of Excellence – Finest HR Consultants 2023 | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
The HR consulting industry in the UK is a dynamic and vital sector that plays a pivotal role in the success of businesses across the nation. With the ever-evolving regulatory landscape, the need for expert guidance in managing human resources has never been greater.
HR consultants serve as indispensable partners, helping organisations navigate the complexities of employment law, talent management, and employee engagement. This is where Consensus HR shines, and their unwavering commitment to excellence has earned them the prestigious Award of Excellence for Finest HR Consultants in the UK
Phillips v Aneurin Bevan University Local Health Board | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
Our Chartered Institute of Personnel and development (CIPD) through their HR inform service have written this extremely interesting case law update in relation to stress being classed as a disability under the Equality Act 2010 and has some very important information for employers. Full details of the case can be found on the Gov.uk site and the link shown below, and the case law article also shown below with a note for employers.
Read the full decision in Mrs D Phillips v Aneurin Bevan University Local Health Board: 1601375/2022 – Reasons. www.gov.uk
Festive HR Issues | Guidance from Consensus HR, Herts, Beds
Christmas is just around the corner! This means many organisations will be planning their annual Christmas party. Alongside unpacking the tinsel and choosing (or avoiding) a turkey menu, businesses must also prepare for the chance of employee misconduct.
‘Christmas parties may seem like the ideal opportunity for organisations to allow their staff to let their hair down and dance the night away with their colleagues,’ says Matthew Chilcott of Consensus HR. ‘However, alcohol consumption within a relaxed social atmosphere can foster situations that may not occur in the office.
Fabulously Festive Horror Stories | Consensus HR – Herts, Beds
The Christmas season is upon us! Here’s some celebratory cheer, with thanks to many Twitter confessions from office Christmas partygoers around the UK. Enjoy these examples of when sensible HR guidance has made way for festive workplace shenanigans …
Teen wins victimisation case after sexual harassment | Consensus HR | Herts, Beds
Aliyah Tariq, a 16-year-old schoolgirl who represented herself at an employment tribunal, has become one of the youngest people to win a victimisation case in Britain. She was sacked by New York Diner in Manchester after complaining about sexual harassment. Tariq claimed that a chef repeatedly suggested that she perform a sex act on him.
Merry Christmas 2023 to all our readers! The team at Consensus HR hopes you all have a fantastic festive period and a Happy New Year 2024.
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