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IT Security Policy - 5 Simple Steps To (Actually) Securing Your Company's Sensitive Information

We've called in the experts to make you're considering the most important factors in your IT security policy.

By CharlieHR

A Summary On Employment Status

A quick overview of the three main employment statuses and their implications for both team members and employers.

By Matt Wallace

Health & Safety Policy - Factors To Consider

Look after your team by creating a straightforward, simple and effective health and safety policy.

By CharlieHR

Considerations For A Performance Related Pay Policy

A selection of ideas for motivating your team with performance related pay rises.

By CharlieHR

Getting The Most Out Of Exit Interviews

Feedback is important, you hear it all the time. Leaving team members are an incredible opportunity for honest feedback on the company.

By Matt Wallace

Understanding Unpaid Leave And Sabbaticals

A quick guide to the rights and considerations around taking unpaid leave in the UK.

By CharlieHR

A Quick Guide To Bank Holiday Entitlement

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions around work and bank holidays.

By Matt Wallace

Founders – what HR policies do you need to have in place?

Running HR without an HR department? Get an overview of the policies you should be thinking about for your team.

By CharlieHR

What is the Bradford Factor?

Understand a simple tool that can help with the early identification of problematic or recurring absenteeism.

By CharlieHR

Resolving Problems: How To Write A Grievance Policy

We all want things to go well, all of the time. But inevitably it won't. And when it doesn't. Having a policy in place to help deal with it will be invaluable.

By CharlieHR

Should I Be Conducting Return To Work Interviews?

Return to work interviews can sound like overkill, but should they be part of your business processes?

By CharlieHR

What Is Shared Parental Leave?

Introduced to share the load of a new child in a family - parental leave allows parents greater flexibility.

By CharlieHR

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