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Workers received a “real-terms” pay rise in last quarter, says XpertHR

Employees received a slight “real-terms” increase in pay in the three months to August 2016, according to findings from pay...
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Workplace maternity discrimination: 10 common scenarios in tribunals

The Citizens Advice Bureau reports that it has seen a 58% increase in the number of maternity leave queries in...

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Male managers more likely to be promoted than women

Women continue to receive fewer promotions and earn less than men, according to the latest National Management Survey from XpertHR...

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Deaf workers: one in four has quit a job because of discrimination

One in four workers with hearing loss has been forced to quit a job because of discrimination, according to a...

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Modern slavery reports “on the rise” as Theresa May announces new taskforce

A fivefold rise in the number of modern slavery reports shows that efforts to highlight the issue are working, according...

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Public-sector gender pay gap reporting confirmed

The timetable for gender pay gap reporting in the public sector has been confirmed, with the Government largely intending to...

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Bank holidays: five things employers need to know

Most of the the UK has eight permanent bank holidays per year: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May...

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Employees happier in a multi-generational workplace, says McDonald’s

Research by McDonald’s in the UK has revealed that people working in a multi-generational environment tend to be 10% happier....

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Withdrawal of job offer made by agency costs employer £3,000

An employment tribunal has ordered an employer to pay breach of contract damages after it withdrew a job offer made...

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Restrictive covenant breach: £30,000 and injunction for employer

In DLA Piper’s latest case report, the High Court awarded damages of £30,000 and gave an injunction to a company...

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