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23/04/2014 - 10:09am
Sandra Grimback is an Associate member of the CIPD with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources and Psychology and a Masters in Human Resources Management. She graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2012 and has since gained experience in HR working for one of the UK’s largest care providers Care UK. At Care UK Sandra was responsible for providing first line HR advice, advising on policies and procedures handling whistleblowing and supporting her team with various projects, surveys and administration.
23/04/2014 - 10:08am
We are just getting over the excitement of Easter 2014, the Easter egg hunts, Simnel cake and trying to avoid eating too much chocolate! It seems we are now accelerating fast towards the Summer and the long wet winter seems a distant memory, as do the low times in the years after the crash. Challenges for all of us in terms of business management and market conditions are still evident but the recovery is real and for many of our clients the words used are growth, investment, increased performance and long term planning.
28/02/2014 - 11:12am
In its seventh year running National Apprenticeships Week is a time to focus on apprenticeships and how they can benefit not only our up and coming talent but our business development. Apprenticeships can be used in all manners of business life from a carpenter apprentice in a joinery workshop to a sales apprentice in a busy telesales team.
27/02/2014 - 5:47pm
With new regulations coming into force in January 2014 do you know how they could affect your business?
25/02/2014 - 5:23pm
Every employer has a legal duty under the Health & Safety Information for Employees Regulations (HSIER) to display the approved HSE Law poster in a prominent position within the workplace. Failure to either display the poster or provide a copy of the approved leaflet to each member of staff is a breach of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and could lead to prosecution.
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