A summary of the HR and H&S updates issued in June 2020. HR Updates Red alerts Remote right to work checks Coronavirus and holiday carry-over Coronavirus and statutory sick pay (SSP) Amber alerts Points-based immigration system
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Every quarter we produce a 10 question quiz to quickly test yourself on the latest HR legislation. This time we have moved the quiz over to the Practice Index HUB. You can now record your score and get a certificate at the end if you want to show off! So, head into the HUB and
During the COVID-19 pandemic, people have had to adjust the way they work and have faced many challenges along the way. “These are unprecedented times” is a phrase we’ve become all too familiar with. It goes without saying that our NHS and front-line workers have been pivotal in keeping us, the public, safe. So how
In the second module of our HR Masterclass, Robyn Jackson teaches us about Performance Management. Performance Management is an essential part of any line manager’s job. It doesn’t just mean managing under-performance, but also how to evaluate, support, encourage and give feedback. This module covers the following topics: Day-to-day management of employees Giving effective feedback
In the week when face coverings became compulsory on public transport in England, it seems incredible that there’s still confusion over whether face masks are mandatory for patients in GP surgeries. The guidance from Public Health England (PHE) and NHS England is muddled and, if the thread on our Practice Index Forum is anything to
There has probably never been a more critical time to promote cervical screening to your eligible patient base as this week marks the annual Cervical Screening Awareness Week. In the UK, 5 million women are invited for screening every year, but inevitably, with the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, tests have been postponed and cancelled.
Given that GP practices have changed how they operate significantly to deal with the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic, you might expect a few patients to balk at some of the changes but also appreciate the extra effort being made to continue providing care. The reality, however, is that numbers of complaints being made against