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Five costly immigration changes in April 2017

April 2017 sees another set of changes to immigration rules, including the Immigration Skills Charge and changes to minimum salary...
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Sir Ken Robinson: HR’s mission is to drive culture of innovation

HR’s mission is to understand where talent lies in the organisation and cultivate the conditions in which it can thrive,...

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Subject access requests: recent cases raise questions on how employers must comply

Charles Wynn-Evans of Dechert LLP reports on some recent decisions on subject access requests, which will give employers food for...

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Long-term sick leave dismissals: court guidance on borderline cases

The Court of Appeal has provided guidance on when employers can dismiss an employee on long-term sick leave, in what...

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Job applicants with spurious intentions: what should employers do?

Police in Scotland have been informed about a serial job applicant who threatens to launch legal action if he is...

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NHS whistleblowers to be protected when applying for new jobs

NHS whistleblowers will receive greater legal protection if they decide to apply for a new job, according to proposals published...

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Whistleblowers offered £100,000 in cartel crackdown

Whistleblowers are being offered up to £100,000 in a crackdown on cartels, launched today by the Competition and Markets Authority...

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HR Tech World 2017: Maersk Oil drills down on global mobility and payroll

Making payroll globally consistent and compliant can be a challenge. How does Maersk Oil, which operates in more than 130...

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Most gig workers want better rights

Nearly two-thirds (63%) of “gig economy” workers believe the Government should guarantee them basic employment rights and benefits, with only...

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April 2017: nine key employment law changes

The run-up to April is typically a busy time of year for HR professionals, with new employment legislation due to...

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