Fines for illegal workers

If you employ workers from overseas, you should be aware that there are strict immigration compliance duties and companies who fail to meet these can incur fines. Few companies set out to breach their immigration duties but may end up doing so inadvertently through relatively minor administrative errors or oversights. In such a situation, the […]

Meet the Team – Chantelle Moss

Welcome to the eighteenth in our series of team interviews. Each month, we’ll be asking a member of our team to tell us more about them and their involvement with rradar. This month, it’s time to hear about legal secretary Chantelle Moss. When did you first become involved with rradar? I started working for rradar […]

Time off for training or studying Part 2

Last time, we looked at how an employer can maximise the potential of their staff by making it easy for them to access training and/or studying if they need new skills and competencies. This time, we look at the mechanics of applications for training and what employers should do if they receive one. Meeting to […]

Appraisals Part 3

Last time, we looked at how to carry out the appraisal itself; this time, we look at what not to do during the appraisal process and how to follow up an appraisal so that its potential for good can be realised. What an Appraisal Is Not It’s not an opportunity for the manager to hold […]

Dawn Raids Part 2

Last time, we discussed the preparations a company can take to limit the damage from a dawn raid. This time, we discuss what to do during the actual raid itself. DURING THE SEARCH Seizing hard copy documents or electronic data For some people, it is a natural reaction in such situations to want to hide […]