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Making the shift to home working – practical steps for the firm

Written 7th December 2021. 8 min read

A firm that’s oriented around a central headquarters and offices is a very different beast from one that embraces flexible working and working from home. Here we discuss the changes needed to the terms and conditions of contract and employee handbook.
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Vacancy Dilemma

Written 21st November 2021. 6 min read

At a recent employers’ conference, anguish from the floor centred on inability of firms to find employees with the right skills. And once firms had found someone, they seemed universally unable to keep them. The problem's commonplace. Here's the solution.
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Should recruiters ask candidates about current salary?

Written 18th November 2021. 2 min read

The phrase ‘a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work’ is common in the labour market. Penned first by Carlyle and then Engels and it applies now. The employer and candidate reach a bargain between work and pay. It’s not necessary to know about the past.