TUPE myths shattered

TUPE transfers: four myths shattered

As the number of questions posed by listeners to XpertHR’s recent TUPE webinar shows, TUPE can confuse the most seasoned...

Pick your own reward: how spending accounts could boost benefits

Giving employees “pots” of money that they can spend on an approved menu of benefits is popular in Asia, and...

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Employees now enjoying real-terms wage growth

Employees are finally enjoying real-terms wage growth, according to latest pay analysis data from XpertHR.
The statistics reveals that, in...


HR can change the face of public spending, says TaxPayers’ Alliance

Jonathan Isaby, CEO of the TaxPayers’ Alliance (TPA), wants to see an end to excessive public-sector payoffs. HR can deliver...

National Grid won the Nationwide Inspiring the Workforce of the Future Award

Women and Work Awards winners announced

Twelve public- and private-sector organisations have been recognised for creating equal and inclusive workplaces for women at the Opportunity Now...

Shared parental leave and overseas adoption: what are the key differences with UK adoptions?

Shared parental leave and overseas adoption: five key differences

Many employers will now have their procedures in place to deal with shared parental leave in a birth situation, and...


Election 2015: Employment tribunal fees come under scrutiny

A dramatic reduction in employment tribunal claims since the introduction of fees has led to calls for reform from opposition...

National minimum wage and Living wage

Minimum wage and living wage “can co-exist”, says top economist

The national minimum wage and living wage complement each other and both have an important role, according to Rhys Moore,...


How can we get more women into technology careers?

Last week, Monster launched a new initiative to create a better pipeline of women in technology.
Girls are put off...

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Tribunal watch: EAT upholds “reverse zero hours” decision in Liverpool mayor case

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld a decision limiting unfair dismissal compensation paid to the mayor of Liverpool, whose...

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