healthy lifestyles

Should employees be incentivised for leading healthy lifestyles?

Research suggests that employee incentives, such as discounts on leisure activities or wellness-related items, can encourage healthier lifestyles.

ECJ’s clarification of “establishment” in redundancy consultations is good news for employers

A decision has finally been reached in the long-running Woolworths redundancy...

What FAQs did HR tune into last month?

Top 10 HR questions in April 2015: TUPE

Employers often want to harmonise terms and conditions if they inherit employees as a result of a TUPE transfer. Are...


Global HR: five key issues when harmonising employment law

As organisations expand internationally, they should consider how employment law across different jurisdictions is a key part of global HR...

Flexible working

How flexible working arrangements vary around the globe

International governments are offering employees increasing rights to request flexible working arrangements, as organisations see that family and work can...


Transatlantic trends: HR in the US vs the UK

Given the huge disparities in the levels of maternity pay and annual leave, UK professionals could be forgiven for thinking...

Randy Knaflic of Jawbone takes an on-stage selfie at the People Analytics conference

People analytics could “radically change” HR

Will people analytics be an essential part of the skillset for future HR professionals? Michael Carty reports from the Tucana...


Discrimination by association: what employers need to know

The Equality Act 2010, introduced the concept of discrimination by association into UK legislation, following the landmark decision of the...


Employers increasingly willing to negotiate salaries

Two-thirds of employers are more willing to discuss pay rises with candidates than they were this time last year, according...

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Philosophical belief under Equality Act can include left-wing beliefs

In this case report from Trowers & Hamlins, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether or not an employee who...

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