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What to know when putting together your firm’s menopause policy: Emma Richardson comments for The Drum
Press31 March 2021
With its 48 symptoms ranging from hot flushes to headaches and memory loss to muscle pain, the menopause can last up to eight years, mostly affecting women between the ages of 45 and 55 – often when their careers are at a high. And according to research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, three-in-five of those experiencing symptoms while at work say it has a negative impact on their performance.
Inbrief20 January 2021
The proposed IR35 reforms for the private sector, now planned to take effect from April 2021, represent the biggest change to employment tax for decades.
20 January 2021
La réforme proposée de l’IR35 représente le plus grand changement apporté à la taxe à l’emploi depuis des décennies.
18 March 2020
The government has announced that the planned reforms to IR35 will now take effect on 6 April 2021.
Emma Richardson writes for Accountancy Age: Mental Wellbeing: How to build into a staff proposition to secure and retain talent
Press21 October 2019
Emma Richardson has written an article for Accountancy Age discussing why accountants need to be thinking about Mental health, and how to build into the proposition to secure and retain talent.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Mind the gap: what accountancy firms should be doing ahead of the new gender pay gap reporting rules
Press16 February 2018
With less than two months to go until the deadline for filing gender pay gap reports, thousands of employers have not yet provided their figures. Karen Baxter asks, is your firm ready?
21 December 2017
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (‘EHRC’) has published a consultation on its plans for enforcing the Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations (‘GPG Regulations’).
14 December 2017
The concept of the “Hedonic Treadmill” is well established amongst psychologists, but what lessons can HR draw from it in relation to improving employee engagement and productivity?
16 November 2017
The influence of game theory, developed in the 1950s by Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr, has been huge. It provides a formal modelling approach for decision-makers to explore a variety of interactions among agents, and their potential outcomes.
02 November 2017
Feedback is one of the most powerful tools for optimising workplace performance. Getting it right can help a business to constantly improve. Mistakes become learning opportunities; failures and bad behaviours are not repeated. Conversely, getting feedback wrong can destroy motivation, causing productivity to plummet.
02 November 2017
Penny Newman has commented for Times Times' Student Law magazine which discusses the Contextual Recruitment System (CRS) and how it can assist with recruitment.
Press Release06 October 2017
Lewis Silkin’s comprehensive HR service WORKSPHERE has been commended in the FT Innovative lawyers 2017: New Products and Services category.
Lewis Silkin authors a chapter in David Liddle's 'Managing Conflict: a practical guide to resolution in the workplace’
Press Release25 September 2017
Laura Farnsworth, Partner and Laurence Mills, Associate, in our Employment, Immigration and Reward team have authored Chapter 4 of the guide: 'Managing conflict from a legal perspective'.
Press04 October 2016
HR News has commented on Lewis Silkin's Worksphere launch which shall provide complementary, high-value HR services and bring together leading employment and immigration lawyers and seasoned HR consultants.
Press09 September 2016
Lewis Silkin LLP has today launched Worksphere, a comprehensive suite of HR-focused business services. Worksphere supports employers through services such as investigations and bespoke consultancy, bringing together leading employment lawyers and seasoned HR consultants.