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The Employment Source August 2017

This month's edition focuses on managing disruptive relationships in the workplace, and out.

This month’s edition of The Employment Source focuses on managing disruptive relationships in the workplace. From toxic employees to unexplained sickness absences, we've got you covered.

We bring you an insight into the life and career of Adam Reader, Managing Director at Grace Foods UK - a multi-award winning food business who are renowned for their high employee engagement levels. We also provide you with a downloadable & printable comic strip for your HR Handbook on a frequently seen HR scenario and the perfect way to handle it. Click here to download it.

We give you something from our colleagues, for yours; this month it is Partner and Head of Family Law and mediator Marilyn Bell who gives her tips on dispelling uncomfortable situations, and Head of Employment Chris Cook puts an HR spin on this.

We hope you enjoy your new style Employment Source and hope to see you at one of our HR Forums soon (new dates will be released soon). As always, feel free to share this with friends and colleagues too.

Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful – what happens now?

What lies ahead for employers in regards to the recent Supreme Court's decision that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful?

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Insight into the life and career of Adam Reader

The regular Q&A feature that makes senior professionals perspire. This edition, we speak to Adam Reader, Managing Director of Grace Foods UK

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Top tips for managing difficult employees

Domonique McRae examines typical stereotypes of difficult workers and how to manage them effectively.

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Tips from a Mediator

Partner, Head of family law and mediator at SA Law, Marilyn Bell gives advice on mediating situations to ease uncomfortable situations

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How to alleviate employees' Brexit concerns

In People Management, Employment Solicitor Emma Gross explains what employers can do to help alleviate Brexit concerns in the office.

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What to do about the Taylor Review

Have you and your business heard about the suggested changes to the law governing employment status? Chris Cook, Head of Employment examines the report…

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Views & Insight
Supporting Summer

We are delighted to report that SA Law is enjoying a particularly busy summer supporting many local community activities. Here’s a quick round-up of…

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