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New Episode (14) - Drinking culture
Episode (13) - Managing stress in the workplace
Episode (12) - Top tips for managing grievances
Episode (11) - Work Christmas parties
Episode (10) - Fire and rehire
Episode (9) - Settlement agreements: What employers need to know
Our Employment Team often advise employers and employees about their Employment Settlement Agreements and exit negotiations.
In this month’s Employment podcast, HR director Chris Moore and Laura Claridge from our employment team discuss Settlements Agreements, what they are, what they do and some of the things to think about if you are thinking about entering into one.
Episode (8) - Flexible working
Episode (7) - Living with Covid - what it means for employers
In our latest podcast, CWJ’s HR Director, Chris Moore and Judith Curran, Partner and Head of the Employment team look at the updated living with Covid guidance issued by the Government last month and examine how this will affect employers and the business community.
Episode (6) - Handling redundancy
In this month’s podcast, CWJ’s HR Director, Chris Moore and senior employment lawyer, Laura Claridge explain what employers must consider when handling redundancy to ensure the correct procedures are adhered to.
Episode (5) - Menopause in the workplace
This month, CWJ’s HR Director, Chris Moore and senior employment lawyer, Laura Claridge discuss what employers and managers can do to effectively manage and best support women going through the perimenopause and menopause at work.
Episode (4) - Social media in the workplace
Social media plays a huge role in many people’s lives today. In the latest CWJ podcast, Chris Moore and Judith Curran look at the impact of social media in the workplace, answering some common questions and explaining why a social media policy can help both employees and employers.
Episode (3) - Managing poor performance or capability
This month, Judith Curran and Chris Moore cover the problematic issue of managing poor performance or capability. Whilst some minor performance issues can be successfully managed informally, persistent or more severe performance problems will require following a formal disciplinary process. Failure to get the process right can, in some instances, lead to a case being heard at an Employment Tribunal. Judith and Chris look at what organisations need to do to avoid getting it wrong and address some specific challenges.
Episode (2) - Managing mental health in the workplace
April is #Stress Awareness Month and our second podcast is on managing mental health matters in the workplace.
Responsible employers recognise the need to create an environment where mental health issues can be openly discussed and where employees experiencing mental health issues can receive adequate support to help them cope.
Judith Curran, Partner and Head of Employment at CWJ and Chris Moore, HR Director at CWJ talk through this particularly complex subject, including what steps should an employer take when managing mental health issues and whether mental health affords employees certain rights?
Episode (1) - Transitioning employees back to the workplace
In the four-step roadmap released last month, the UK Government confirmed the guidance to work from home will remain up until 21st June 2021 at the earliest. Despite the successful vaccine roll out, returning to the office isn't without its challenges. In the first of CWJ's bite-sized podcasts, Chris Moore, HR Director at CWJ speaks to Judith Curran, Partner and Head of Employment at CWJ on the various issues that employers are considering over the coming months on bringing their employees back to the workplace.