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Businesses warned to look out for signs of stress in their workforce

Haus of HR Founder, Rachel Collar shares how to proactively identify signs in Stress Awareness Month. In April’s Business Times Northamptonshire and Business MK, Rachel highlights that burnout is a significant concern, impacting not only individual wellbeing but also overall business performance. That’s why we’ve created a handy list of the top 5 signs of burnout: 1. Increased absenteeism: Employees… Read More »Businesses warned to look out for signs of stress in their workforce

Rachel Collar Named Finalist in Woman Who Achieves Awards

We’re excited to announce that Rachel, the Founder behind Haus of HR and Haus of Coaching, has been recognised as a finalist in the Woman Who Achieves Awards for this year.  In just 2.5 years since launching, Rachel’s journey has been nothing short of remarkable, defined by an unwavering commitment to excellence and a profound dedication to empowering businesses and… Read More »Rachel Collar Named Finalist in Woman Who Achieves Awards

Understanding Constructive Dismissal in the Workplace

You’ve likely come across the term ‘constructive dismissal,’ but do you truly understand its implications? Constructive dismissal occurs when changes to an employee’s working conditions or unfair treatment compel them to resign. This differs from unfair dismissal, where the employer terminates the employee. In constructive dismissal, employees feel compelled to leave the company due to factors beyond their control, such… Read More »Understanding Constructive Dismissal in the Workplace

Haus of HR entrepreneur celebrated at International Women’s Day House of Lords event

Rachel Collar, Founder of Haus of HR attended a special International Women’s Day reception at the House of Lords last Friday, recognising her strong contribution to entrepreneurship.   Rachel, whose business is a leading, multi-award winning HR consulting and leadership coaching provider, joined inspirational female founders from across the UK who have been selected for Small Business Britain’s annual #iAlso100 line-up.… Read More »Haus of HR entrepreneur celebrated at International Women’s Day House of Lords event

Right to work checks

Why Comprehensive Right to Work Checks Are Essential for Your Business

Avoid Hefty Fines and Legal Consequences Are you aware that failing to complete proper right-to-work checks could lead to fines of up to £60,000? The penalty for employing an illegal worker is on the rise, increasing from £20,000 to a substantial £60,000. Furthermore, knowingly hiring an illegal worker may result in criminal charges. Government audits can happen at any time,… Read More »Why Comprehensive Right to Work Checks Are Essential for Your Business

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