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Managing annual leave during furlough

Due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus many employers are left feeling confused about what they can do, should do, can’t do during these challenging times.  The Government has been releasing updates, but these can leave many businesses struggling to keep up with the latest advice. One of the most...

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IR35 What do I need to know?

Freelance contractors are now a significant part of the working population of the UK and contribute hugely to the economy.  As business owners, the likelihood is that it’ll become more and more common for you to engage the services of a contractor on an ongoing basis.  For example, to maintain...

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Pace resourcing produces second in series of virus crisis employee management white papers

The second in a series of white papers by Pace Resourcing should do much to assist managers in handling one of the biggest challenges brought about by the pandemic: employees working from home. It forms the second of a series of three guides from the fenestration industry specialist that supports...

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Pace resourcing produces first in series of virus crisis employee management white papers

A white paper produced by Pace Resourcing entitled 'A New Way To Approach Performance Management' is helping managers navigate key employee-related challenges brought about by the virus crisis. It forms the first of a series of three guides from the fenestration industry specialist that supports employers on staff-related matters. Pace...

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A strategic and open approach towards employees delivers profits

Often, companies view HR and people management as less immediately important than sales, production or procurement functions in their business, but the reality is, employers who embrace a strategic and open approach towards their employees will inevitably improve their overall profits. Without doubt, one of a company’s most expensive costs...

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The importance of knowing your onions….or at least the sector you work in

A recent conversation went like this “I work in hardware”, “Do you – which sector?” Silence. The point is that ‘hardware’ doesn’t cover all of the individual sectors under that banner, and for me with a background in Architectural Ironmongery, it is a point I like to make as often...

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