HR Health Check Template
  • May 10 2018

HR Health Check Template

Have you ever wondered how compliant your HR procedures currently are? Why not do a quick check with our HR health check template today. Start with a basic HR health check At PeoplePointHR we like to run a full HR company diagnostic with our clients which helps us to better understand their business. This provides us …


HR Online
  • Apr 12 2018

HR Online

Online HR solutions for businesses As part of our services, we offer online HR solutions to our clients with over 400 handy HR documents, guides, toolkits, contracts and forms, accessible through our online HR portal. Due to the growing need for swift solutions to ad-hoc HR issues unfolding in the workplace we have created an …


Probation periods – advice for employers

Probation periods – advice for employers

Hiring someone is a timely and expensive process – made only more burdensome when you realise several months down the line that they aren’t the right fit for your company or choose to resign.


Notice periods and garden leave explained
  • Apr 10 2018

Notice periods and garden leave explained

Notice periods and garden leave terms can be set out differently for each employee and are often based on the estimated time for replacement, training and the sensitivity of data that will be handled during the notice period.


Pros and Cons of the Bradford Factor
  • Mar 06 2018

Pros and Cons of the Bradford Factor

What is the Bradford Factor? The Bradford Factor is a method used by employers and HR professionals looking to objectively calculate rates of absence for all employees. The end result can also determine how staff absenteeism might be impacting the company. The Bradford Factor has been around since the eighties and was allegedly given this …

GDPR Information pack for businesses
  • Feb 26 2018

GDPR Information pack for businesses

Number of data breaches and fines on the rise, while many UK businesses remain oblivious to the GDPR 23 enforcement actions have been taken by the ICO since the beginning of January this year alone, fining companies up to £400,000 per offence for their failure to comply with the current data protection law. From the …