Employers need support around whistleblowing argues charity

Whistleblowing support charity Protect celebrates its 25th anniversary with a benchmarking tool that aims to help organisations build trust and...

Morrisons payroll data breach judgment a ‘wake-up call’ for business

The Court of Appeal has upheld the judgment finding Morrisons vicariously liable for the leak of payroll data by a...

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Barrister Kevin Charles scrutinises the latest developments in employment law including whistleblowing, minimum wage and more...

Directors must pay £2m in landmark whistleblowing case

Two individual directors have been held liable for the unfair sacking of a whistleblower for the first time, in a...

Royal Opera House to appeal against musician’s hearing loss ruling

The Royal Opera House has been granted permission to challenge a landmark High Court ruling in favour of a musician...

CBI: Businesses losing patience as Brexit talks stall

Eight out of 10 businesses feel the lack of clarity emerging from the Brexit talks is having a negative impact...

Could a consultant help HR unravel digital innovation?

There’s an explosion of start-ups offering HR tech solutions, but how on earth can organisations keep up with the pace...

Proposed requirement to publish family-friendly policies: implications for employers

The government is exploring the possibility of a new law requiring employers with more than 250 employees to publish details...

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Personnel Today Awards 2018 shortlist: Graduate Scheme of the Year Award

Not many employers can optimise their graduate recruitment programmes to attract and nurture the very best talent. The shortlisted organisations...

World of Learning 2018: Four engagement hacks for L&D teams

Melanie Lepine, group head of learning, development and talent at Domestic and General told delegates at the World of Learning...

Around 17,000 firms have not published modern slavery statements

The Home Office is writing to the chief executives of around 17,000 organisations that have not yet published a modern...

How menopause policies can help to reduce employment tribunal risk

If women’s menopause symptoms are not treated sensitively, employers can face increased risks of claims for sex and disability discrimination....

Brexit transition period could be extended by ‘a matter of months’

Theresa May has suggested that the transition period after Brexit could be extended by “a matter of months”.

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