Author: CluerHR

Flexible working generally means employees are able to be flexible within their working day. Many businesses opt for core hours meaning all employees must work within these hours but outside of these hours employees can pick and choose when it suits them to work. Another...

The furlough scheme has been extended until the end of September 2021 following Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Spring budget. The Job Retention Scheme otherwise known as furlough, has been extended to help all of the industries remaining closed until June 2021. This scheme has protected lots...

It’s been a longstanding battle between Uber and a number of its drivers – the drivers believed they were workers and Uber held that they were self-employed. Well, the Supreme Court has at last put an end to the battle, confirming that drivers are indeed ‘workers’. Why...

Bullying and harassment within the workplace needs to be treated seriously to prevent unhappy employees and low retention rates. Harassment is unlawful under the Equality Act 2010 and is seen as behaviour that makes someone feel intimidated or offended. What is bullying and harassment? It’s when any...

Many know the feeling of looking at the clock and realising you haven’t left your desk or stood up for at least 3-4 hours. We all know we need to take more breaks and stop seeing regular breaks as a luxury. Having an always on...

After lots of hard work it’s a huge achievement to be promoted to a managerial position. Employee management is exciting knowing you have the power to implement positive changes within the business, but it can also seem a little overwhelming. Mangers are what shape an...

Statistics show that many employees are most likely to pull their first sickie of the year within February. This years National Sickie Day (2021) is on the 1st February. Employers need to be aware of this day and focus their attention on how to prevent...