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22nd January 2021

Bright HR Top 10 HR Blogs

 

Everyone loves a good Top 10! And this BrightHR Top 10 is brim full of sound advice.  It’s a must read for employers and HR managers.

As we know 2020 was unprecedented – a year full of ups and downs, and that’s very much reflected in the content of this Top 10 HR related Blogs published by BrightHR. The list covers topics as diverse as unused annual leave, morale-boosting tips for homeworkers, and a guide on redundancy mistakes.

As an employer, do you recognise many of the issues raised below?  More importantly do you have the answers?  If  not, read on and follow the links.

 

No.1: Many of my staff are parents. What happens if their child is told to self-isolate?

Find the answer here: Q&A: Many of my staff are parents. What happens if their child is told to self-isolate? | BrightHR

No.2: When should you start your holiday year?

Find the answer here: When should you start your holiday year? | BrightHR

No. 3: Return to work: Why it’s important to stagger shift times

Find the answer here: Return to work: Why it’s important to stagger shift times (brighthr.com)

No.4: What to do if an employee refuses to return to work post-lockdown?

Find the answer here: Return to work: Why it’s important to stagger shift times (brighthr.com)

No.5: With More people working from Home – are there tools to help manage remote workers?

Find  details about BrightHR geolocation feature here: Blip geolocation release | BrightHR

No.6: Are workers entitled to an extra day’s pay in a leap year?

Find the answer here: Are workers entitled to an extra day’s pay in a leap year? | BrightHR

No. 7: COVID-19: How to manage unused annual leave in your business

Find the answer here: COVID-19: How to manage unused annual leave in your business | BrightHR

No. 8: Supporting staff back into the workplace

Find details here: Supporting staff back into the workplace | BrightHR

 

No. 9: How to keep staff energised if they’re still working from home

Find advice here: How to keep staff energised if they’re still working from home | BrightHR

 

No. 10: How to avoid common redundancy mistakes

Find the answers here: How to avoid common redundancy mistakes | BrightHR

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