Definition: a sense of security from the feeling you have enough money to meet your needs. It’s also about being in control ofyour day-to-day finances and having the financial freedom to make choices that allow you to enjoy life. Aviva The current pandemic has changed many aspects of our lives from our way of living […]
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Read about the different HR Coronavirus considerations that you should consider. These may include key updates regarding furlough as well as managing sickness leave. Beagle HR is a HR consultancy providing HR advice and HR services in Surrey.
Beagle HR is a UK based Human Resources Consultancy in Surrey that works with you as a HR business partner. Furthermore, we offer expert advice that helps you comply with legislation whilst managing your employees in a people-centric, creative, timely, and cost-effective manner. We offer HR advice and services. In addition, HR services are available in: Surrey, London, Hampshire, Addlestone, Ashford, Basingstoke, Byfleet, Camberley, Chertsey, Chobham, Cobham, Dorking, Egham, Epsom, Farnborough, Godalming, Leatherhead, Reigate, Staines-upon-thames, Walton-on-thames, West Byfleet, Weybridge and Woking.
We understand that your HR issues can vary greatly, we offer an extensive range of HR services including; onboarding, compliance, employee support and problem solving, retaining and offboarding.
Beagle HR was set up at the beginning of 2020 by Dan Caruso. Dan has had previous experience in retail, telecommunications, and education in both operational and strategic roles. Beagle HR is proud to serve clients from a host of different industries including; accountancy firms, IT support services, hospitality, digital marketing agencies, financial services, and facility support services. We work with clients in the SME market to offer practical advice, compliance and resources.
Articles, Coronavirus, Employment law, HR, Wellbeing, Workplace
What to Do When Workers Refuse to Return to Office Work?
The Prime Minister has confirmed that employees working remotely will be able to return to office work from July 19th. However, with Covid still being a concern for many, some employers may face a backlash from concerned employees. Statistics 56% of workers report greater productivity while working from home. (Workday and Yonder Consulting Research) 53% […]
Coronavirus, Remote working, Uncategorized, Wellbeing, Workplace
How to Return to Work Safely: 6 Key Steps
Changes After July 19th, the government will no longer require those who can work from home to do so. With COVID-19 cases on the rise, it is essential that you know how your staff can return to work safely. Here is a checklist of 6 essential steps you have to take to ensure a safe […]
Recent statistics from Aviva indicate that employees are neglecting physical health because of work demands. These findings highlight a significant problem for wellbeing and mental health for workers during the pandemic. The Good News Although the pandemic puts continuous stress on many aspects of working life, there have been a few positive increases for employee […]
Articles, Coronavirus, Employment law, Furlough, HR, Pay and benefits
Bank Holidays in 2021 and Beyond – What Do You Need To Know?
With many of us on furlough this year, payments for bank holidays in 2021 may have changed from that of years prior. From a business owner’s perspective, there is much you should consider regarding bank holidays during the pandemic. Thus, this article will help clear up any confusion. “A bank holiday is a national public […]
Absence, Articles, Coronavirus, Disciplinaries and grievances, Employment law, How To, HR
Free Guide: How to Manage an Employee With Long Covid
Long covid affects one in five people infected. Many among them may be your employees. Have you got procedures in place to make sure you are in compliance with employment law? During the covid 19 pandemic, it has emerged that the illness can persist beyond the two weeks of symptoms experienced by most. This experience […]
Articles, Coronavirus, Employment law, How To, HR, Onboarding, Recruitment
Right to Work Check 2021: What you need to know
Are your right to work check records up to date? Brexit and COVID are making big changes to your employees’ right to work. The Home Office is charging £20,000 fines per illegal employee. Without a strong right to work check record, you could be in danger… Here is everything you need to know to keep your business covered! Right to work […]
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme that was introduced at the start of the pandemic, will be extended until the 20th September 2021. Until the 30th of June, money provided through grants for employers will stay the same. What’s changed? From July 1st 2021, employers will be required to contribute towards the cost of workers’ wages. […]
Coronavirus, Employment law, HR, Onboarding, Recruitment
Post Lockdown Right to Work Check Update 2021
Following several requests, the government have decided to postpone having employers carry out a right to work check face to face. These measures will now extend until the 21st of June. During the pandemic, the government allowed virtual checks as a way of making the process easier for employers. Until the 21 June, employees will […]
Coronavirus, Disciplinaries and grievances, Employment law, HR, Poor performance
Can Employees Refuse to Come to Work because of COVID-19
The affect of the pandemic continues to cause an influence how employers manage staff and businesses. The issue of health and safety in office spaces must require effective leadership to ensure employers uphold workers rights for safety . Recent changes in employment rights law reflect these concerns. As of the 31st of May 2021, employees […]