XpertHR has published a new range of resources and tools to help HR managers handle the coronavirus crisis, including their latest on-demand webinar focusing on employers’ ongoing compliance challenges in areas including furlough and collective redundancy consultation.
Employers can now sign up for XpertHR’s next webinar in the “Coronavirus and your workforce webinar series” taking place on Thursday 14th May at 11am. The topic is:
- Starting the return to work journey – considerations and challenges – employment lawyer and trainer Darren Newman will discuss key priorities for HR professionals over the coming weeks and months, including how organisations can comply with their duty of care to employees, while operating their business in a “new normal”.
XpertHR has around 300 COVID-19 resources giving guidance on legal compliance and the practical measures that can be introduced at this time. New and updated resources include:
- Podcast: When is a furloughed employee “working”? – what constitutes “work” under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, and how employers can handle the tricky scenarios they face during periods of furlough, including employees who insist on working.
- Podcast: Complying with UK immigration requirements during COVID-19 – what employers need to think about in relation to UK immigration requirements during the coronavirus pandemic, and practical steps they can take around compliance.
- How to support a bereaved employee – practical guidance at a time when the coronavirus restrictions in place are likely to make bereavement particularly difficult for employees.
- Remote recruitment – an examination of the rise of video interviews and remote onboarding during the coronavirus pandemic.
- People analytics and HR lead the way through coronavirus pandemic – initiatives that are helping organisations around the world use data to deal with workforce issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic
- Further FAQs regarding furloughed employees.
This is just one way that XpertHR is helping organisations through the pandemic.
XpertHR is also supporting businesses with the launch of a new service offering a free 15-minute COVID-19 check-in with a member of the XpertHR team, who will demonstrate the resources and tools most relevant to their organisation.
In addition, XpertHR is offering NHS trusts free access to its subscription service for two months, so they can access essential HR and employment law resources during this pandemic.
Scott Walker, Managing Director at XpertHR, said:
“We are doing all we can to help employers through this challenging time. The situation with coronavirus is evolving quickly and our editorial teams are working hard, updating resources daily and producing critical guidance to help businesses at this unprecedented time.
“We’d encourage companies who haven’t already taken advantage of our free 15-minute check-ins to get in touch, so a team member can guide them through the resources most appropriate for their business at this time.”
For more information on XpertHR visit: www.xperthr.co.uk