Since the pandemic, more and more workers want to stay working from home, and some may also have plans to relocate. Whether that be to different parts of the UK or moving to another country altogether. This leads to the question everyone wants to know, can employees work abroad for the same company? The first […]
Category Archives: Policies and procedures
Learn more about staff handbooks, contracts and related policies and procedures. Having clear procedures is essential in avoiding legal action, especially when regarding dismissals.
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.
Employment law, How To, HR documentation, Policies and procedures, Uncategorized
Investigation into employee misconduct
The metropolitan police department has started to issue fines to people who attended parties at Downing Street during lockdown, which has now been known as ‘partygate’. Sue Gray’s full report on her independent investigation into the events. The way to conduct internal investigations have been raised and they can play an important part in finding […]
Articles, Employment law, HR, HR documentation, Outsourced HR, Pay and benefits, Policies and procedures, Workplace
Getting employment status wrong and the impact on holiday pay?
In February, the supreme court ruled in the court of appeal judgement in Pimlico Plumbers v Smith that the right to take annual leave does not necessarily lapse and can carry over and accumulate until the contract ends. Getting employment status wrong and the impact on holiday pay can have an effect on a company […]
Absence, Articles, Employment law, HR, HR documentation, Maternity, Policies and procedures, Workplace
Pregnant Receptionist Dismissed
In 2018, A pregnant receptionist was dismissed after suffering from hyperemesis. Mrs K Nasreen won her case for discrimination against her former boss Dr Ali Malik of Malik law services. Before falling pregnant, Nassreen and her manager had a good relationship, however things soon changed. When she announced her pregnancy, she also spoke to Malik […]
Articles, Employment law, HR, HR documentation, Outsourced HR, Policies and procedures, Workplace
Whatsapp for employee communication?
US regulators have been visiting HSBC holdings to look into the use of Whatsapp for employee communication. Whatsapp is an instant messaging app in which all messages are end-to-end encrypted, which means only people in the chat have access to the messages. These messages cannot be traced, therefore can escape investigations, unlike sending texts and […]
Articles, Employment law, Policies and procedures, Remote working, Wellbeing, Workplace
UK Driving Law Changes In 2022 – What They Mean For Business
On January 29th, 2022, several important changes to the Highway Code came into effect. As the employer of the business, it is imperative to start considering how these changes might affect the way you do business. And if you manage employees who drive for work, you have an even greater obligation to make sure they’re […]
What is the disability confident campaign? Beagle HR are proud to make a pledge to the disability confident campaign. We believe the world of work needs a movement of change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain, and develop disabled people. This is what the disability […]
Articles, Disciplinaries and grievances, Employment law, HR, Policies and procedures, Wellbeing, Workplace
Dealing with Workplace Bullying
Dealing with workplace bullying is essential to ensure employees feel safe at work. It can manifest in the workplace in many forms. An overly critical boss may single out and belittle employees. Poorly managed staff may bully others by ignoring their ideas. Bullying between adult workers is often a taboo topic. There is a stigma […]
Bribery and corruption within a workplace can have serious legal ramifications for those involved. A recent public case of bribery that has caught much media attention is with Prince Charles’ former aide, MIchael Fawcett. Fawcett’s decision to step down from his role came after accusations of accepting bribery from a royal charity donor. Fawcett promised […]
Employment law, Onboarding, Policies and procedures, Recruitment, Retention, Uncategorized, Wellbeing
What Does Diversity and Inclusion Mean for Your Business?
Ethnicity, gender, age, disability, religion, and sexual orientation are all protected characteristics under the Equality Act of 2010. This ensures that employees and candidates are not treated unfairly because of these characteristics. Historic injustices – and how they should be fixed, are increasingly in the headlines. Whilst you can’t suddenly change the world, you can […]