Working Time Regulations – quick guide

Rest BreaksThe Working Time Regulations entitle al Workers and Employees to: A minimum Daily Rest period of 11 hours uninterrupted rest between finishing your job and starting the next day (Workers aged between 15-18 are entitled to a minimum daily rest break of 12 hours). A Weekly Rest period of 24 hours uninterrupted rest within each …

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Apprenticeship Scheme – the lowdown

Many UK businesses will find that skills shortages and recruitment difficulties are a big problem, especially in light of brexit. Apprenticeships can be an answer as they combine working with studying that leads to nationally recognised qualifications. Apprenticeship schemes can ensure companies have the right practical skills and qualifications in their workforce and ensure the …

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8 reasons why every small business needs HR

1. Hiring and firing Hiring a new employee can take a lot of time – time that, as a small business owner, you don’t have. If you have positions that need to be filled (and growing companies often do), you need someone who can dedicate their time to hiring and everything that entails. That means recruiting, sifting …

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