Employment law changes October 2015: New smoking laws will affect company cars

Employment law changes October 2015: a six-point checklist

Every October brings new employment law changes, and 2015 is certainly no different. While the Government’s proposals to toughen the...

Oliver Bonas becomes first high street Living Wage retailer

Fashion and jewellery retailer Oliver Bonas has announced that it will pay its staff the Living Wage from today.

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Restaurant tipping practices to be investigated

Business secretary Sajid Javid has launched an investigation into the abuse of restaurant tipping, follow media reports of hospitality employers...

The NHS trust failed to make reasonable adjustments for an employee having cancer treatment

Disability discrimination: NHS discriminated against worker with cancer

An NHS trust discriminated against an employee with cancer who attended a competitive interview during a redeployment exercise, an employment...


How employers can prepare for the Modern Slavery Act

Employers will soon be required to publish a modern slavery statement setting out how they protect against slavery in their...


Unison loses third bid to overturn tribunal fees

Unison has lost a further challenge in its bid to overturn the introduction of tribunal fees.
The Court of Appeal...

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Transgender employees: how to avoid discrimination

Recent employment law cases highlight the risk of poor policies and practices relating to transgender employees. Meanwhile, celebrities such as...

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Getting results from recruitment analytics (webinar)

Tuesday 1 October, 2:00pm: Register now for our webinar exploring the challenges of incorporating analytics into your talent attraction strategy...

US visa eligibility

US visa eligibility: five HR issues when transferring employees

For HR professionals identifying viable non-US citizen candidates for hire in the US, investigating visa eligibility is mandatory prior to...


Women work for free almost two hours a day, finds XpertHR/CMI data

Women work for free for one hour and forty minutes a day, according to new gender pay gap data from...

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