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- Tribunal bias: what if a tribunal panel does Wikipedia research?Can an employment tribunal panel conduct its own research on the internet into a claimant's medical treatment? That was the unusual question for the Employment Appeal Tribunal in East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust v Sanders, which centred around the effects of antidepressants on an individual with depression.
- Podcast: Why have a probationary period?In this week's podcast, we discuss various aspects of probationary periods, including their purpose and their impact on an employee's statutory and contractual rights.
- New guidance for global employers on equal opportunitiesThe "Guide for global employers", which provides an overview of the issues facing multinational employers, has been enhanced by a new section on equal opportunities.
Transforming L&D 2014, a series of articles, now includes a round table discussion on employing young people, in association with learndirect.
- HR data: the top five metrics for 2015
- HR directors need to up their game on data and social media
- Government tells employers they can overrule GP fit notes
- Disciplinary procedures: 10 common breaches of the Acas code of practice
- Who will be eligible for shared parental leave? Your questions answered