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Safety Signs

As an employer, you have a responsibility to your workers to keep them safe at all times. This means carrying out risk assessments, creating…

Pregnancy Risk Assessment

In the workplace, there are many health and safety risks which affect new and expectant mothers. Working conditions that are usually…

Redundancy

As a business owner, you may be left with the tough decision of making some employees redundant. For all employers, this is one of the…

Management of Health & Safety

In line with laws for health & safety, you must provide a safe and healthy workplace for your employees. This requires you to meet your…

Overtime

As an employer, you must include several terms of employment in an employee’s contract. There may be occasions when an employee is asked to…

Termination of Employment

As with all things, eventually one of your employees' time with your business will come to an end. There are different types of termination…

Fatal Work Accidents

Fatal accidents at work are one of the most difficult matters you may have to deal with. As an employer, you have a duty of care to your…

Retirement

In the workplace, your employees will inevitably retire at some point in their careers. This is often a difficult decision, especially as…

Adoption Leave

For many people across the UK - adopting a child is the realisation of a lifelong dream. But when the adoption goes through, you have a…

Menopause in the Workplace

With the population now living longer, it is vital that you support your employee’s health and wellbeing. For those who experience symptoms…

Accidents at Work

Employers have a duty of care to ensure their employees are safe at work. At work, accidents happen. But it is your responsibility to…

Risk Assessments

At work, it’s important to spot health & safety concerns where possible. You are legally required to assess the risks in the workplace so…