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Earned wage access: the most important payroll benefit in a post-Covid world

In the final instalment on earned wage access, we’re looking at how Covid changed our lives forever and how financial wellbeing will be crucial for employees everywhere as we emerge from the pandemic.

What HR professionals need to deliver in SMEs

As an HR professional in a growing SME, you can directly affect the future of a business and support the commercial achievements of each department.

12 March 2020

How to maintain efficient payroll in unstable times

The repercussions of the coronavirus outbreak are testing every area of business, and payroll could be no exception if the spread continues.

10 March 2020

Top five tips to run your HR function smoothly in an economic crisis

With the business media focused on market fluctuations and economic disruption, it’s easy to forget the business community’s most important asset – its people.

10 March 2020

International Women's Day 2020

To celebrate International Women’s Day, MHR gathered some of their key women to have an open discussion about their career paths, the barriers they have overcome and the advice they’d offer to people considering their futures.

08 March 2020

How MHR can support you in the current Coronavirus epidemic

The old saying that coughs and sneezes spread diseases has never been truer than now.

05 March 2020

The A to Z of the Future of Work

No matter what your job title or paygrade, the future of work is a subject that affects us all.

03 March 2020

5 Ways to Onboard New Hires into Your Company Culture

Onboarding new hires into your company culture is an important aspect of improving employee engagement, and a good way to cut costs for startups.

26 February 2020

Supporting Bereaved Parents: ‘Jack’s Law’ Comes into Effect

New legislation, known as ‘Jack’s Law’ is set to be introduced in April 2020 after a 10-year campaign led by Lucy Herd in memory of her son Jack. The legislation introduces a statutory right to two weeks’ leave for parents who lose a child under the age of 18 or suffer a stillbirth from 24 weeks of pregnancy.

31 January 2020

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