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Shared parental leave and pay: how much will it cost?

Employers reviewing policies in the run-up to the introduction of shared parental leave and pay must make a key decision...
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Civil Service fathers to receive same parental leave and pay as mothers

Fathers working in the Civil Service who want to share parental leave will be entitled to the same benefits and...

Shared parental leave will be available for parents of babies due on or after 5 April 2015

Shared parental leave: preparing for the new right (webinar)

Tuesday 4 November 2014, 2:00pm GMT
Shared parental leave and pay will be available to eligible parents of babies due...


Profile: Andy Sumner, managing director, Monster

Monster managing director Andy Sumner talks to Peter Crush about how the company has had to make bold strides to...

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Sickness absence during pregnancy: four key questions for employers

Employers need to take care when managing sickness absence during pregnancy, to ensure that they comply with their legal duties...


Tribunal watch: employee liability information omission on TUPE transfer leads to £65,500 award

On a TUPE transfer, what employee liability information on potential employment tribunal claims from transferring staff does the transferor have...

Personnel Today Awards 2014 shortlist: Employee engagement - under 1,000 employees: MBNA collect their 2013 award

Personnel Today Awards 2014 shortlist: Employee Engagement – more than 1,000 employees

Employee engagement can have a dramatic impact on business results. Continuing our series of profiles on the Personnel Today Awards...

Appretniceship recruitment should be more transparent

Apprenticeship recruitment needs greater transparency

Employers and training providers should provide clearer information to boost application numbers for less popular apprenticeship programmes, according to a...

Sex discrimination against men: 10 ways employers could fall foul of equality laws

Sex discrimination against men: 10 ways employers could fall foul

Employers are used to spotting the warning signs of potential claims of sex discrimination against women. But what about sex discrimination claims from men?

Staff misconduct: how to spot bad eggs

Staff misconduct: how leaders can spot bad eggs

With extreme cases of staff misconduct having hit the headlines lately, how can leaders create an environment of trust and...

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