We are pleased to provide you with an employment law update for June 2020 from our legal partners Herrington Carmichael. This is a key note summary of some of the main developments in employment law in the last month. 1. Breach of Settlement Confidentiality The High Court has held that an employer cannot avoid payments…

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We are pleased to provide you with an employment law update for May 2020 from our legal partners Herrington Carmichael. This is a key note summary of some of the main developments in employment law in the last month. 1. Legislation On 6th April 2020, a number of statutory changes came into force. A summary of these…

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We are pleased to provide you with an employment law update for March 2020 from our legal partners Herrington Carmichael. This is a key note summary of some of the main developments in employment law in the last month. 1. Coronavirus – Considerations for Employers The main topic of news in recent weeks is the…

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We are pleased to provide you with an employment law update for February 2020 from our legal partners Herrington Carmichael. This is a key note summary of some of the main developments in employment law in the last month. 1. Bereavement LeaveThe Government has published new draft legislation to provide a statutory minimum level of…

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Things are going well at the moment. You’re perfectly happy in your role. The business is doing great, you have the best people around you, employee engagement is high. You’re in the right place. The thought of your next move isn’t even on the horizon. So, when a message from a recruiter pings into your…

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New Year, new job?  Ever set yourself a New Years’ resolution of finding a new role, but not sure exactly where to start? We often hear that the Christmas period gives people time to reflect and think about their goals and plans for the coming year, many putting a new opportunity and challenge high up…

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In 2018 it was reported that 68% of UK Chief Executives saw employee mental health as a priority and yet only 16% had a strategy in place to deliver better workplace mental well-being. One in four of us will experience a mental health problem at some point (according to the charity Mind) and Oxford Economics…

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Entering the Interim HR Market – Elinor Brett’s story Have you ever considered working for yourself but never taken the leap? Hear Elinor’s story about setting up as an Interim after many years in global tech businesses working with SLT’s as their strategic HR Business Partner. 1) Talk us through the story behind the motivations…

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People People

Most companies have a strapline. At HRLife, we thought carefully about ours. It’s ‘People People’. Now, we didn’t pick it because you only have to remember one word! No, we chose it for two reasons.  One, because it represents the most common answer we get when we talk to candidates about why they love HR. ‘People people’…

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HRLife is 1 year old

When Kerry and I set up HRLife we started the business with a mix of excitement, hope and a very open mind; we listened to everyone’s ideas, suggestions and thoughts but genuinely didn’t quite know where we’d end up at the one year mark. Looking back, we can honestly say we never thought we’d have achieved…

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