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How to stop your best employee leaving

Posted by Ann-Christie Marstaller

08/03/17 14:48

Original post by HR Grapvine Magazine 

Employees who don't feel recognised are twice as likely to leave their organisation compared with those who do feel valued- that's according to a recent survey by IBM. 

In a fast-moving marketplace recognising employees for a job well done and rewarding them regularly is vital.

One person who seems to understand this more than most is Adam, Whatling, Head of Engagement and Development at Love2shop Business Services. Below, he offers up five ultimate tips on how to stop star employees from jumping ship in 2017: 

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Topics: HR Software Guides

5 Workplace Predictions for 2017

Posted by Ann-Christie Marstaller

05/01/17 12:01

Original post by HR Grapevine

Attracting new talent in the New Year will be a challenge for businesses, as employees demand more flexibility at work, and are not afraid to tell the truth about their employer.

Chief Executive at WorkAdvisor, Philip Price, has made his top five predictions on how our working lives will change in 2017.

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Topics: HR and Payroll News

Payroll legislation update

Posted by Ann-Christie Marstaller

03/01/17 15:36

The Carval National User Conference 2016 included an informative payroll legislation update presentation by Beverley Smith ACIPP, Policy & Advisory Officer, The CIPP.

The session was very popular with Carval's payroll software users therefore we thought we'd share it with a wider audience. The topics covered included:

  • RTI late filing penalties
  • National Minimum Wage & National Living Wage
  • Student loans
  • Making Tax Digital
  • Simplifying expenses and benefits
  • Apprenticeship levy
  • Gender Pay Gap reporting
  • Holiday pay and leave
  • Termination payments
  • Salary sacrifice
  • Automatic re-enrolment
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Topics: Payroll Software Guides

Employment law changes 2017: eight priorities for HR

Posted by Ann-Christie Marstaller

20/12/16 15:10

Original Post by Qian Mou for Personnel Today


Significant employment law changes are anticipated for 2017, amid the ongoing uncertainty resulting from the Brexit referendum.

Large compliance projects for data protection and gender pay gap reporting will dominate the HR agenda in 2017. Employers are likely to see costs increase as the apprenticeship levy and additional fees for sponsoring foreign workers are introduced, and tax savings for employee benefits are significantly reduced.

Employers will also continue to deal with the implementation of restraints to public-sector exit payments and new trade union balloting rules in 2017. 

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Topics: HR and Payroll News

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