The Employment Source March 2017

This month’s issue, like our recent HR Forums, focuses on stress in the workplace and helps you to manage and prevent stress from occurring. It acts as your complete guide to employee well-being.

We learnt that 42% of people had voluntarily left a job due to stressful working conditions and nearly 500,000 people in the UK suffer from work-related stress. Click here to read notes which give a round-up of the event and explain how to prevent stress in the workplace.

Our new style ‘Employment Source’ newsletter is designed to update, inform and inspire. Which is why we have introduced a couple of new sections; ‘Insights into the life and career of…’ will showcase interviews with different senior HR professionals on what they think is best HR practice. We also provide you with content for your HR toolkit in our ‘policies, procedures and practice’ section, which will see our team providing you with templates and notes to ensure you are at the top of your game. We will also give you something from our colleagues; this month Marilyn Bell, head of our family team advises on what to do when an employee is going through a divorce.

We hope you enjoy your new Employment Source and hope to see you at one of our HR Forums soon (new dates are below). As always, feel free to share this with friends and colleagues too. Please let us know if you would like to contribute to The Employment Source, or if you have an idea you would like us to cover.

In this issue of the Employment Source, we have created a free 'return to work' template for your HR Handbook. Click here to download it.

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