Posts from King & Spalding

Remote controls: five lessons for natural attrition and performance management

For those employers which have been fortunate enough to avoid the need for compulsory redundancies, 2020 was a year that, in many industries, saw very little natural attrition in headcount. Employees were choosing to stay put, given the economic downturn. This can be an issue, as many employers assume a regular “churn” of employees for … Continue reading Remote controls: five lessons for natural attrition and performance management

Dressed to distress

Employers need to approach a dress code with great caution, warns Jules Quinn from King & Spalding. Employers often believe that they can adopt a “one size fits all” approach to their dress code policies. This year we have already seen employers face reputational or legal challenges on requiring a receptionist to wear high heel … Continue reading Dressed to distress