Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points assessment.
Harassment is when someone behaves in a way which offends you or makes you feel distressed or intimidated. This could be abusive comments or jokes, graffiti or insulting gestures. Harassment is a form of discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. If you’ve experienced this kind of behaviour you may be able to do something about it.
Anything that may cause harm
Home working can cover various scenarios: Occasional working, part and part which is working from home and office based, working entirely at home apart from meetings.
Having difficult conversations
When a discussion is taken and has a subject that can be about a challenging subject.
HIV at work
A virus that damages a person’s immune system, an employee does not have to reveal their status of it to other employees
The allowance of an employee’s annual leave
Paid time for an employee to have off and do as they wish
A time where a person has off for leisure, usually spent in abroad
The act of working at a home instead of a workplace
Warm and sunny temperatures
HR for Beginners
An introduction to a HR department for a new beginner
The Human Rights Act
UK Law that lets a person defend their rights as a human being
Health and Safety at the Workplace
A set of rules to follow to ensure everyone is safe in a work environment