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Office return: back to how it was for HR teams?

We’ve seen this week that the working from home guidance is lifting finally from 19 July, meaning an office return…

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Supporting employee wellbeing amongst increased business pressure

At the start of the pandemic, we saw many employers rise to the challenge of disruption, providing workers with everything…

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Death of the flexible working dream? Apple, Amazon, and Google announce plans

By Eva Mrazikova Staff at Apple are reportedly not happy over the tech giant’s decision on flexible working, according to…

Are your employees struggling with mental health after the lockdown delay?

The lockdown delay came as a blow to many people who have been stuck at home for over a year,…

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New IRIS HR Professional UI is on the way!

It seems that the roles and responsibilities of HR professionals are evolving on an almost daily basis, with new people…

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Meet the team: Eva

The value of experience Eva Mrazikova is an Accountancy Market Specialist at IRIS and has more than 15 years’ experience…

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Lockdown delay leaves many businesses with nothing but concerns

Businesses across the UK are left with severe concerns following Boris Johnson’s announcement of a four-week delay to the final phase of his roadmap to end the lockdown.  The delay means that the remaining…

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Organisational chart: The new org chart functionality for IRIS HR Professional

Is it clear who does what in your business? Before you dismiss this question as something obvious, think to yourself,…

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HR headaches: the holiday season and quarantining

Summer is approaching, the temperature is rising, and Escape by Rupert Holmes (The Pina Colada Song) can be faintly heard…