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24/07/2014 - 5:02pm
We would like to introduce Deborah as our specialist education team member, please read through her impressive biography. She has an extensive background in education and has been awarded an OBE for her services to Education.
24/07/2014 - 4:55pm
Take a look at the biography of one of our specialist education consultants. Colin works closely with our Human Resources and Health and Safety Consultants to deliver services to Independent Schools.
22/07/2014 - 10:17am
Inspections are always a nervy thing for school officials to prepare for; they require plenty of time for preparation which can mean taking vital resources away from other important areas of the school. There’s worry too that people in-house may not have the right skills or approach to represent the school in order to conquer the all-important inspection.
14/07/2014 - 1:45pm
Each month we are In Conversation with one of our teams members so that you can get to know us a little better, this month we are ‘In Conversation’ with David Spurgeon, one of our team of Health and Safety Consultants.
14/07/2014 - 1:44pm
On the 16 May 2014 document checks with regards to right to work were changed. The new changes were put in force by the UKBA to simplify the civil penalty scheme for employers. The changes include a reduction to the acceptable list of documents for right to work checks, the travel document has been removed along with work permits and general Home Office letters. The frequency of follow up checks has been changed for employees with time-limited right to work and now needs to be carried out when their permission to be in the UK expires.
14/07/2014 - 1:43pm
Eighteen male caretakers and maintenance workers who lodged a claim with an employment tribunal this year have been awarded £460,000 in pay back for being paid less than their female colleagues. Each of the eighteen men have received between £27,000 - £31,000 which covers back pay for 6 years’ service including pension entitlement. In addition they will also receive an increase to their annual salary of around £4,000 extra a year.
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