What the team have been doing recently…

pay and reward

Is your pay and reward strategy still fit for purpose?

The economic repercussions of Covid-19 continue to reverberate with its impact on businesses varying greatly within and across industries.  Some have experienced devastating revenue loss, while others have benefitted from increased demand for their products or services.  For many, the need to attract and retain staff is under particular pressure with the combination of Covid and our exit from the EU having created the ‘perfect storm’.

Many businesses are prioritising reviewing and adjusting their pay strategies with many adapting their goal-setting and strategies to shorter timescales than the traditional 3-5 year plans. As a result, our Pay and Reward expert Jane Baalam is in demand, currently undertaking job evaluation, pay and benefit benchmarking and pay strategy projects on behalf of several of our clients.

If Pay and Reward is on your mind, please do get in touch with Lindsey (), we’d be pleased to discuss your options and how we can help.

 

Our Employment Update returns this Autumn!

Many thanks to those who completed our survey on the viability of returning to in-person events.  The consensus is that a return to in-person events will be welcomed (with the right safety measures in place of course).

It sounds like many of you have missed the opportunity to meet peers/colleagues, network and exchange ideas and live issues – as well as the buzz of an in-person event.

We’ll aim to address these with our Autumn Employment Law Update which we’re planning to hold in November.  This may be smaller than some of our previous events but will remain focused on  updating attendees on relevant caselaw and HR/employment topics whilst acting as an informal opportunity for exchanging ideas, networking and making important connections.

We have really missed seeing you all and we’ll relish the opportunity to catch up with you face to face.  More on our Employment Law Update as it evolves…

carbon footprint

Going greener

We’re always trying to find ways to reduce the firm’s carbon footprint.  We’ve signed up to Ecologi a small tree-planting, climate change off-setting scheme working hard to create a powerful movement for positive change.

We anticipate that between 800 and 1200 trees per annum will be planted on Menzies Law’s behalf.  You can see how many trees have been planted so far : Menzies Law Ecologi profile.

Perhaps you’d like to use Ecologi to reduce your firm’s carbon footprint too?

 

pay and reward