For most parents, the option of taking extended time away from employment in order to raise a family is not affordable. Although employers may wish to have staff with no outside distractions, the fact is that most workplaces have a considerable number of employees, who are also parents. read article
As the situation in Ukraine continues, this is going to be an extremely difficult time for some employees who are personally affected by the events reported over the last few days, and for employees who may be concerned about the implications from a wider perspective. read article
What is a contract of employment?
If you think a contract of employment is just another bit of box ticking and no one ever looks at them, think again. Whilst you don’t need to have one in writing it certainly helps to clarify things, especially if there is a dispute down the line.
A contract of employment exists between employer and employee and forms the basis of the employment relationship. Generally speaking, it will cover things such as hours to be worked, scope of the job, holiday entitlement, sick pay, benefits and an employee’s duties and responsibilities.
A contract, whether written down or not, comes into force as soon as the employee accepts their job offer. read article
No one enjoys being sick, but we’re human, and it happens. Sometimes it means we’re not fit enough to work and need to take some time off. The last thing anyone needs is to be worrying about returning to work, or how to properly support an employee who has been unwell and is ready to resume their duties. read article
The following are out top four services that we provide (we offer lots more): Please see our short explainer videos on the homepage for further details. read article
Running a business can prove to be very difficult especially when dealing with the employees and the range of regulations.. Many businesses in the Southbourne area find it easier to outsource their HR functions rather than employing in-house professionals. Outsourcing human resources is time-saving and makes efficient use of your time and money. Have you got an HR problem – give Pink Fluff HR a call on 01202 497 522 or use our contact page. read article
Pink Fluff HR consultants in Boscombe provide outsourced HR consultancy services to local businesses. Get in touch with us to discuss your requirements call us on 01202 497 522 read article
Not every business is able to employ a Human Resource officer, especially the small startups. This is due to the lack of main resources to keep up with the department. However, small businesses can still be able to access human resource services. By working with a Human Resource consultancy firm like Pink Fluff, you can choose to either bring them on board on a contract basis or pay for the services per hour. This will help your company get professional expertise while cutting some costs. Below are some of the benefits that come with working with a HR Consultant… read article
Every business requires human resources to recruit employees, track payroll, and oversee conflicts, among other functions. Most businesses in New Forest find it cheaper to outsource HR their HR functions rather than having in-house professionals. Outsourcing human resources is also time-saving and efficient. The primary role of these professionals is to solve different human resource-related problems. Generally, businesses outsource HR consultancy due to a lack of the required HR expertise and support system and getting new solutions or perspectives on various challenges. There are many benefits of hiring New Forest HR consultants for your business, as explained below: read article
Pink Fluff HR is a professional HR consultancy based in Bournemouth and the Poole/Christchurch area. We provide business support via our experienced and qualified team ranging from training and coaching to projects and recruitment and all aspects of employment law. With over 20 years of HR experience we are confident that we can help your business grow. read article