Business HR Solutions on SimplifyHR | The philosophy behind [simplify] is to make the complex worlds of people and change more straightforward for businesses.
A grievance is a concern, problem or complaint raised by an employee about their work, working conditions or relationships with colleagues. You can never keep everyone happy at the same time.
Stress and mental illness are becoming major factors for absence in the workplace. According to Mental Health Ireland ‘13.3 million working days are lost per year due to stress, depression or anxiety’. will help you to put measures in place to prevent and manage risks to employee well-being. Together with appropriate training and individual support, […]
Terminating Employment on SimplifyHR | When terminating employment there is a fear of meeting legal obligation and avoiding the risk of a claim
Managing Discipline on SimplifyHR | Employers struggle to manage people.
Are you ready for GDPR? 25th May is not too far away. If you are not ready or unsure can help. We will come on site and conduct an audit. This will result in a status of where you are compliant and if any gaps arise. We will provide you with a system to ensure […]
Outsouring HR on SimplifyHR | We support companies in all aspects of the Employee Life Cycle to include Attraction, Recruitment, On Boarding, Development, Retention, Separation/Off boarding.
A HRIS system is a useful tool for employers as it can store all of your employee information to include: Personal Information Salary Information Employee Timesheets Employee vacation, absence etc Training Records The system will also process payroll via the timesheets. will help you to source and implement a HRIS system. We have the experience […]
Managing performance makes up a significant part of every managers job, and this means managers must deal with poor as well as good performance. Regretfully, Managers seem to spend their time talking about poor performers but not actually dealing with the crux of the problem. Support is at hand in the form of . The […]
Managing probation is fundamental for any organisation. This is time where an employer has the opportunity to accurately assess if the selection you made for the vacancy was the right one. A probationary period generally last 6 months. During this time, you review the new employee and their fit with the job and the company. […]