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Dealing with businesses that don’t care makes for an unsatisfying customer experience. But customer care is the ground where smaller businesses can beat the bigger players, hands down. Larger organisations have so many customers each one is a faceless individual,...
Providing a range of employee benefits helps differentiate your business from your competitors. Deliver these benefits via salary sacrifice and you’ll gain an additional advantage by making tax savings. But salary sacrifice schemes are not straight forward, and recent...
How to report and manage sickness in 10 easy steps is a Crosse Reference fact-sheet available for free download.
How to write a person specification is an easy ‘how to’ Crosse Reference fact-sheet available for free download.
How to write a job description is an easy to use ‘how to’ Crosse Reference fact-sheet available for free download
Download this free Crosse Reference Fact-sheet with everything you need to know about managing Shared Parental Leave
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Employment Law News Update
“Always eyes watching you and the voice enveloping you. Asleep or awake, indoors or out of doors, in the bath or bed – no escape. Nothing was your own except the few cubic centimetres in your skull.” ― George Orwell, 1984 Nobody wants to be accused of being...read more
#metoo Since the #metoo movement hit the headlines, I’ve seen a big increase in the number of workplace sexual harassment cases. In this climate, it can be tempting to focus on protecting those who make allegations. But as we all know, there are always two sides to...read more