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  • 12 Jun 2012
    The majority of employers don’t check a new recruit’s past – and a wrong decision at the recruitment stage can mean months of anguish and legal costs and can damage the business, morale and reputation. myhrdept have come up with a cost effective solution.....click on the red title above for more.

  • 12 Jun 2012
    We’ve been providing HR outsourced support for 10 years now, and we’re very pleased to announce our partnership with the Royal Society of Medicine. Our staff replaced their previous in-house HR department under an exclusive 5-year contract. Whether our clients want us to be there on the end of a phone, or on-site with them (as we are with RSM), our services stand apart on cost effectiveness and quality. To read the press release.....please click on the red title above for more

  • 22 May 2012
    A lap dancer employed by Stringfellows Restaurants Ltd under a self-employed relationship was in fact an employee, and therefore entitled to claim unfair dismissal. This widely reported case does serve as a useful reminder of the need to be realistic about self-employed contracts. Click on the red title above for more.

  • 2 Mar 2012
    Following the abolition of the national normal retirement age the National Statistics Office have confirmed that retirement ages are on the way up for both men and women. But is it true that employers can no longer retire older workers?

  • 1 Mar 2012
    2 of our clients reported being effectively threatened and then incited by the CSA to breach employee’s contracts. Their employees then chose to join the dole queue because of the resultant salary deductions. These outcomes were to the detriment of the economy, the dependent children, the fathers and the employers – everybody lost out. Why is this is this publicly funded quango behaving so badly and what can employers do if they receive CSA demands? Click on the red title above for more.