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Induction Pocketbook - 3rd edition
Tuesday 06 April 2021


Onboarding, induction whatever term you use, do have a look at 'The Induction Pocketbook', published by Management Pocketbooks. For those of you who have not used this series, do take a look; there are numerous titles that are useful for all companies and HR people. 'The Induction Pocketbook', now an e-book only, in its 3rd edition, was updated last year during the first lockdown. It provides hints, tips, case studies, those who should be involved in the process, and check lists for anyone planning a onboarding programme or, indeed, commencing one from scratch.


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http://www.interpersonnelonline.com/iPoint/31.page 

 


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 #companyculture #companyvalues #companyvision

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Parliamentary Review 2021
Wednesday 31 March 2021

Interpersonnel HR recognised in The Parliamentary Review

 

We are absolutely delighted that Interpersonnel HR has been recognised as a best practice representative for the upcoming 2021 edition of The Parliamentary Review; an independent publication which looks at how key British organisations are responding to different political and economic challenges.

 

The publication is apolitical and reviews the latest events in parliament from a non-partisan perspective. The organisations who write for The Review are – for the most part – apolitical themselves, although some are unapologetically forthright with their views of certain political parties or individuals. This makes for a fascinating series of articles to suit your tastes and challenge your convictions.

 

Success for organisations of any size does not always come easily, and The Parliamentary Review is indispensable for anyone who seeks to make a difference in their sector. It highlights significant developments and concerns for leaders up and down the country.

 

The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Kwasi Kwarteng says “this year’s Parliamentary Review reflects on a tumultuous and extraordinary year, globally and nationally.”

 

Interpersonnel HR's article can be viewed here: https://www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/organisations/interpersonnel-hr

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Ending the year on a high .... nothing like a satisfied client
Friday 18 December 2020
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Lockdown - a reminder
Friday 18 December 2020

Lockdown - a reminder!
During the current national lockdown, the rules are that people may only leave their home for work if they can't reasonably work from home. If someone cannot work from home they should continue to travel to their workplace. This includes, but isn't limited to, people who work in critical national infrastructure, construction, manufacturing, childcare or education & essential public services.
The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (England) (No.4) Regulations 2020 states that ‘employers should take every possible step to facilitate their employees working from home, including providing suitable IT & equipment to enable remote working’. Further, where people cannot work from home, employers should be flexible and help employees avoid busy times & routes on public transport. An offence under this regulation is punishable on summary conviction by a fine & if a director is involved, or neglect can be attributed to a director, both the director and company is guilty of an offence & liable to be prosecuted, proceeded against & punished. A fixed penalty notice issued in respect of a business restriction offence, will be £1,000 for a first offence rising to £10,000 for repeated offences under the Regulations. #workingfromhome #lockdown #riskmangement



Lockdown - a reminder!


During the current national lockdown, the rules are that people may only leave their home for work if they can't reasonably work from home. If someone cannot work from home they should continue to travel to their workplace. This includes, but isn't limited to, people who work in critical national infrastructure, construction, manufacturing, childcare or education & essential public services.
The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (England) (No.4) Regulations 2020 states that ‘employers should take every possible step to facilitate their employees working from home, including providing suitable IT & equipment to enable remote working’. Further, where people cannot work from home, employers should be flexible and help employees avoid busy times & routes on public transport. An offence under this regulation is punishable on summary conviction by a fine & if a director is involved, or neglect can be attributed to a director, both the director and company is guilty of an offence & liable to be prosecuted, proceeded against & punished. A fixed penalty notice issued in respect of a business restriction offence, will be £1,000 for a first


ffence rising to £10,000 for repeated offences under the Regulations.

If you need any assistance with risk assessment for working froom home, do contact us @ info@interpersonnelonline.com

#workingfromhome #lockdown #riskmangement 

 

 

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Success of development via Zoom!!!
Friday 11 December 2020
2020 - People Development
Covid-19's impact on business has not let people development (L&D) escape. With the March lockdown came the cancellation of all L&D from the books for 2020 & 2021. Then, around June & July, there was an epiphany with businesses realising that there was an opportunity with products such as Zoom, & with people getting used to working virtually, that L&D could continue. Plus, it was an ideal time to upskill people. And so we were asked by several clients to develop & run long-term Leadership & Management programmes for their leaders. This week, we have successfully completed one such programme for a world-wide manufacturing company: the programme included our 1 hour Pop-Up Power (TM) sessions (https://lnkd.in/gijA-JZ) with pre-work of reflection & case studies ready for breakout group discussion, & action planning. This has been incredibly successful with fantastic feedback. The virtual experience has been viewed as positive considering it is the 'new norm'. So, if you are interested in developing people & want to work collaboratively with us, please contact us either via Linked-In or info@interpersonnelonline.com
We look forward to working with you.

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Zoom into our Pop-Up Powerhours (TM)
Monday 28 September 2020

Pop-up Powerhours (TM) are now being delivered virtually via Zoom.   This suits the current working climate where people may still be working from home or from different sites around the country or, indeed, world.

 

Our Pop-up Powerhours have all been translated to a virtual delivery model which is working very well.  Indeed, we are almost half way through delivering a Leadership and Management Programme for a key clients. The programme is modular with the following topics being covered:

 

  1. Leadership
  2. Performance Management
  3. Grievance
  4. Discipline
  5. Absence
  6. Capability
  7. Delegation. 

 

Pre Zoom workshop materials are emailed to delegates one week prior to the Zoom session. This allows preparation of the topic including case studies, followed by a one hour Zoom workshop between 2 and 3 times per month.   The sessions are interactive using features such as polls and breakout rooms.

These workshops are ideal for training/imparting knowledge to teams who are working at different locations. No travel is required and, therefore, the time is used wisely and with less cost with small impact on the working day.

 

 Popular topic areas include:

 

  1. Leadership and Management
  2. Discipline, grievance, capability
  3. Delegation
  4. Absence
  5. Behaviours inside (and outside) the workplace *
  6. Objective Setting *
  7. Recruitment and Selection*.
 
Up-to-date issues relating to Covid-19 are included in all Pop-Up Powerhours (TM)>
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