Zero? You’re not in the real world…. by Shaun Curry The concept of Target Zero first started to gain traction many years ago. It was the simple philosophy that an organisation would aim to create an environment which was injury and incident free. A great aim but right from the outset there were degrees of […]
Xmas Party Time – cross your fingers and count to 10
As Xmas party season approaches have you got your fingers crossed or have you done enough this year to ensure the only thing that pops is a cork?
Just following orders?
Obedience to authority – what the Milgram experiments reveal about behaviour and the implications this has for organisation specifically in terms of safety leadership and the development of effective safety cultures.
Heart and minds – is that enough?
Drama-based behavioural safety training is mainly focused on hearts and minds. 2macs’ Shaun Curry asks is this enough? Does sustainable change need more? Can organisations afford to rely on these types of events, in isolation, to deliver the safety culture they are trying to create?
“It Lives… It Lives!” – or does it?
200 years after the publication of Frankenstein does the moral of the story still have anything new to teach us? Here’s some thoughts about the lessons for those trying to develop effective safety cultures.
HR Newsletter #120 June 2018
June 2018 update explaining the findings and implications of the Pimlico Plumbers ruling plus a reminder of Gender Pay Gap reporting requirements and a refresher on the way the calculations need to be completed.
Chemical Industry Association Awards 2018
2macs sponsored the Health Leadership category at this year’s Chemical Industry Awards Harry Gallagher presented winners Lyondellbasell with the award.
HR Newsletter #119 May 2018
May’s employment update covering the latest news on the implementation of the government’s childcare scheme; annual updates on statutory pay amounts and guidance on dress code and an explanation of the implications of a recent EAT decision on shared parental leave and discrimination law.
HR Newsletter #118 April 2018
Employment Update focusing on Holiday Pay calculations; IR35 and some of the tests that can be used to help establish employed status; plus some of the main pitfalls to avoid to ensure NMW compliance
HR Newsletter #117 March 2018
An employment update covering the Childcare Tax-Free Scheme; employment status checks; itemised payslips for casual workers and the latest changes to PILON and NMW rates