Staff meeting

Your employees

No matter how much cash there is in the bank or how large its stock is, a firm's most valuable asset is its employees. Taking care of your staff can make the difference between an ordinary business and a truly successful one.

  • Setting pay

    Every employer knows just how important wages are to recruiting and keeping good employees. So how best to go about setting rates of pay?
  • Workplace pensions

    Auto-enrolment makes it easier for people to save money for their retirement. It means that every employer must automatically enrol eligible staff into a qualifying pension scheme.
  • Maternity and paternity leave

    Any female employee who becomes pregnant can take 52 weeks of statutory maternity leave.
  • Holidays

    Holidays form an important part of the working year: important for employees because they give them the chance to recharge batteries
  • Part-time employees

    Many smaller businesses choose to employ staff on a part-time basis. This often has the advantage of controlling costs when there is no need for a full-time worker and of adding
  • Employee contracts

    A contract of employment comes into effect the moment that a person agrees to work for an employer. In accepting the offer of a job and by starting work in return for pay, the
  • Managing a contractor

    A number of businesses use contractors and subcontractors to carry out short-term work or to supply specialist skills on specific projects.

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