What Employers Need to Know in 2017 – HR updates

Here at Professional People Management we understand it can be time consuming keeping up with employment changes. After speaking with our clients, we found a collective desire for regular notifications about new developments in employment legislation – we’ve developed a way to give you this in an update that’s quick, simple and free. You can register for yourEmail updates copy of What Employers Need To Know, which we will send on a regular basis to your email address. These are designed to keep you and your company up to date with legislative employment changes, so you know you are remaining within the law at all times. They also contain hints and tips on how to manage your staff effectively, so you can have the most productive and responsive employees possible.

Sign up to our  ‘bite size bulletins’ and you can receive updates and occasional invites to our regional HR seminars & workshops, many companies without an in-house HR department find these of benefit.

Those who already receive our updates have found them very helpful and informative and we have tried to keep them short, concise and clear, to save time for the reader. We continue to receive excellent feedback, as we explain legislative changes in a straightforward and simple way, without the use of heavy jargon’.

With many topics included in our updates, here’s a reminder of some of those we have featured recently:

  • No change to statutory sick pay and family related pay
  • Grandparental leave
  • Carrying holiday entitlement over
  • Why every employer needs a social media policy
  • Workforce wellbeing
  • How to … handle an employee grievance/spot stress in the workplace/ manage absence

Managing employees is complex and employment law is ever changing, register for your copy of What Employers Need To Know to keep up to date and how changes may affect your business – register on our website or drop us an email to enquiries@ppmnortheast.co.uk and we’ll make sure we add you to our list!

Posted: January 5th, 2017

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