Nursery Manager Training is a frequent topic of conversation with Nursery Owners. We often find that Nursery Managers have been promoted for their outstanding practice as Early Years Practitioners. And then, they are expected to manage budgets, marketing, staff conflict in the nursery, run appraisals and 1000s of other things. In this, the Early Years… Continue reading Nursery Manager Training – Leadership Coaching and Mentoring
Nursery Staff Files Safer recruitment and nursery staff files can be a headache, especially if you are taking over a setting and decades of unorganised files. I have been working with a client who contacted me after receiving an inadequate Ofsted judgement. Part of the reason for this was their staff files. In the nursery's… Continue reading Early Years HR client gets their Good!
Flexible working comes in all shapes and sizes, and can be requested for a multitude of reasons. A nursery practitioner returning to work after maternity leave could wish to come back on a part time basis; or an office administrator might request to work from home two days of their five day working week. The… Continue reading Flexible Working
Updated Government guidance issued on carrying out right to work checks. The most significant updates contained in this guidance relate to the introduction of online right to work checks and an amendment to the acceptable document list to remove the requirement that a British birth certificate must be the full (long) certificate. A short or… Continue reading Right to Work Checks
Age Discrimination: Acas has published new Guidance on Age Discrimination to help employers and line managers manage an age diverse workforce, prevent unfair treatment at work, and eradicate bias against older and younger workers. The guidance covers: Definition of age discriminationTypes of discriminationWhat is harassment, how does this differ from victimisation?Tips for recruitment, training, promotion,… Continue reading Age Discrimination – Updated ACAS Guidance