XpertHR podcasts

Darren Newman’s podcast: Western Excavating v Sharp

Shared from on 4 May 2017

In this podcast, XpertHR consultant editor Darren Newman looks at Western Excavating v Sharp, which defined "constructive dismissal" and led the courts and tribunals to develop the implied term of mutual trust and confidence.

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Webinar: Hiring in the US and the UK – the same thing, only different

Shared from on 28 April 2017

During this 60-minute webinar, leading employment lawyers from both sides of the Atlantic will examine the key hiring issues that can bedevil employers in the US and the UK.

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Podcast: Long-term sickness absence in the workplace

Shared from on 28 April 2017

In this week's podcast, we discuss some key considerations for employers when dealing with an employee on long-term sickness absence.

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Darren Newman’s podcast: James v Eastleigh Borough Council

Shared from on 27 April 2017

In this podcast, XpertHR consultant editor Darren Newman considers James v Eastleigh Borough Council, concerning a man who had to pay 75p to go swimming, whereas his wife was admitted for free. Darren looks at its relevance in respect of more recent ca...

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Podcast: Short-term sickness absence in the workplace

Shared from on 21 April 2017

In this week's podcast, we discuss some key areas of short-term sickness absence in the workplace.

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Darren Newman’s podcast: Polkey v AE Dayton Services Ltd

Shared from on 19 April 2017

In this podcast, XpertHR consultant editor Darren Newman casts light on Polkey v AE Dayton Services Ltd , which established the Polkey principle in cases of unfair dismissal.

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Upcoming webinar: Get ready for the GDPR

Shared from on 19 April 2017

In our upcoming webinar, experts Ross McKean and Katherine Gibson give practical advice for employers developing a compliance plan.

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Podcast: Key recruitment metrics 2016

Shared from on 15 April 2017

We discuss the latest trends and challenges in a competitive recruitment market, including skills shortages and the time and cost to hire.

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Podcast: Key employment cases for 2017

Shared from on 15 April 2017

In this week's podcast, we predict the key cases for 2017. We explain why employment status in the gig economy will be a big talking point, and flag up a major equal pay case against a private-sector employer.

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Podcast: Introduction to the General Data Protection Regulation

Shared from on 15 April 2017

We discuss the extensive data protection changes coming into effect and how employers can begin their preparations.

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Podcast: Making and withdrawing job offers – common pitfalls

Shared from on 15 April 2017

We discuss the issues that can arise when a job offer is made but subsequently has to be withdrawn.

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Podcast: 2017 employment law agenda

Shared from on 15 April 2017

We discuss the key legislative developments affecting employers in 2017, including: gender pay gap reporting; the apprenticeship levy; public-sector exit payments and changes to statutory rates.

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Podcast: Managing an intergenerational workforce – millennial stereotypes and good practice tips

Shared from on 15 April 2017

We discuss common assumptions about millennial employees and provide guidance on managing an intergenerational workforce.

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Podcast: Ensuring that maternity leave runs smoothly

Shared from on 15 April 2017

We discuss what employers can do to help ensure that an employee's maternity leave runs smoothly, including communicating clearly on holiday entitlement and maternity pay.

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Webinar: Gender pay gap reporting – your questions answered

Shared from on 15 April 2017

Employment lawyers Patrick Brodie and Kelly Thomson take you through the new gender pay gap reporting duty, which is due to be introduced on 6 April 2017.

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