New Year, New Job – Handing in your notice – Employee Obligations

As we reach the end of 2016, many of us will start to think about New Year resolutions. The start of a new year is an exciting and motivating time. If one of your new year’s resolutions is to get yourself a new job one thing you need to be aware of are your obligations when handing in your notice, how much notice you should give and what you need to do. Here are the top questions and answers regarding handing in your notice to help prepare you for your new job in 2017

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Reporting Wrongdoing In The Worklace


Reporting a wrongdoing in the workplace can be an intimidating thing. Numerous worries come to mind, the most common of which being, how will this affect my job? The term used for a person who reports a wrongdoing in the workplace is “whistleblowing” and the person who reported the wrongdoing is sometimes referred to as the “whistleblower”. Whistleblowing is sometimes necessary and until 2014 (Protected Disclosures Act 2014) there was no comprehensive legislation to protect those who feel the need to report a wrongdoing in the workplace.

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With the new baby on the horizon, the last thing you need is added stress of worrying and wondering about what your maternity benefits are and how you can return back to work. Here we have answered the top 5 most frequently asked maternity leave questions to help put your mind at ease!

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