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We give regular updates on Human Resources Issues. You can find the full list of updates below. 

HR Issues

HR Issues – Mentally Healthy Workplaces

As we navigate continued uncertainty and crises Ruth and Gwen have constructed and produced a training package with the objective of firstly providing your management team with a deeper knowledge of managing stress in the workplace with a real focus on supporting health attendance.

April 14, 2022

HR Issues

Reward & Benefits Briefing – What questions we answered in our event

Some of the questions we answered in our webinar this week were...

January 21, 2022

HR Issues, Uncategorized

HR Issues – Hybrid Working remains a hot topic in all organisations

If you are looking to consider policies, procedures to implement Hybrid working then do not hesitate to speak with a member of our team. From our experiences we know that remote working can support: Increased productivity Wider talent pools Improved employer/employee trust However there are challenges that arise and being prepared for these can support successful hybrid working for all.

September 29, 2021

HR Issues

HR Projects – Good Practice Guide for Independent Schools

To support the launch of the Good Practice Guide for Independent Schools – Recruitment & Selection our 4 module training programme, commencing 7th September has now sold out.  A second tranche of training has now been released, commencing 26th October and is now available for SCIS members to book.

August 17, 2021

HR Issues

HR Issues – Mental Health Awareness

With the SMH First Aider course remaining on hold, Gwen Robertson, our accredited Mental Health 1st Aid Trainer, delivered the Tools for Managers: Mental Health Awareness Event to our delegates on 26th May. The learning outcomes of this included on listening skills, defining mental health illnesses and having a pro active approach to support the illness.

May 27, 2021

HR Issues

HR Issues – HR Network

We attended the HR Network conference this month, with the headline of Strategic Workforce Planning and Leading Out of Lockdown. We participated as an on-demand speaker, where Ruth gave her insight into Returning in person to the Workplace and managing Flexible Working requests.

May 27, 2021

HR Issues

HR Issues – Is anything clear?

We all like to have clear, transparent plans.  We want to know what we are working towards, what is the purpose and relay this information across our business environments.  But at the moment, nothing seems clear and everyone looks up to the leadership team to provide direction.

October 30, 2020

HR Issues

HR Issues – Recognising and Preventing Conflict at Work

The issue of bullying and harassment in the workplace has entered increasingly into the public eye in recent years, perhaps catalysed by various harassment scandals and the #MeToo movement. However, despite the topic becoming increasingly high-profile, CIPD research has suggested that bullying and harassment are not receiving the deserved attention in many of our workplaces.

January 27, 2020

HR Issues

HR Issues – Paws and listen to this wonderful tail

During our successful Health and Wellbeing at Work Conference a month ago, speakers and delegates discussed various measures which can be taken in the workplace to enhance wellbeing. What was not mentioned however, and what may well become the next workplace wellbeing trend to emerge in the coming decade, was the power of pets in the workplace.

December 18, 2019

HR Issues

HR Issues – Data Transparency & Protection

Subject to Scottish Parliament approval, Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) and their subsidiaries in Scotland will fall under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOI(S)A) as of 11th November this year.

October 22, 2019

HR Issues

HR Issues – Independent Schools: Assessing Your Cost Efficiency Options

The majority of us work within an increasingly competitive environment, being constantly met with external financial demands. These demands force us to think of new ways to save money, a consideration which represents a classic ‘bug bear’ for many organisations.

September 3, 2019

HR Issues

HR Issues – Growing employee rights one year on from GDPR

Fifteen months on from the implementation of GDPR legislation, there has been a considerable tightening of expectations around data protection activity. At the time of writing, the ICO has noted 68 cases of Data Protection Act (DPA 2018) enforcement: most notably, this includes a £184 million fine for British Airways, and a £99 million fine for Marriott International after 383 million guests had their information stolen by hackers.

August 16, 2019

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Edinburgh
EH3 8HA