Solicitor who endured ‘dreadful’ working conditions banned for dishonesty

A solicitor who misled a client about the progression of her case has been...

Can orgasms boost staff productivity?

Research by Swedish sex and intimacy brand Lelo has suggested that if workers had more orgasms it could add £90...

EAT upholds decision that Addison Lee drivers are workers

Addison Lee has lost its claim at the Employment Appeal Tribunal that its drivers were self-employed.
The EAT ruling today...

Disability and ethnicity pay gap reporting should be made mandatory

Employers should be required to produce a “fair pay report” that considers pay differences based on disability, ethnicity and gender,...

Twelve tips to help HR get the most from AI

HR needs to shift its mindset if organisations are to reap the benefits of artificial intelligence, according to a white...

How can employers manage changes in childcare provision?

The long-standing Childcare Vouchers scheme ended on 4 October and has been replaced by the government’s Tax-Free Childcare scheme. How...

Personnel Today Awards 2018 shortlist: HR Supplier Partnership Award

The HR Supplier Partnership Award recognises the achievement of suppliers of products and services to the HR sector. Companies can...

Judge takes appeal to be recognised as ‘worker’ to the Supreme Court

A judge who is attempting to be recognised as a “worker”, therefore entitling her to certain employment rights, is taking...

Half of FTSE 350 board appointments need to be women to meet targets

A quarter of FTSE 350 companies have only one woman on their board, and there remain five all-male boards, according...

Three-quarters don’t adjust performance management for staff with disabilities

Three-quarters of employers do not adapt their performance management systems for staff with disabilities or conditions such as dyslexia and...

Commuting times on the rise regardless of how workers travel

The time it takes employees to get to and from work has increased over the past decade, even if they...

Civil servants make hundreds of complaints about harassment

Hundreds of civil servants have complained about sexual harassment or bullying but only a small number have faced disciplinary action...

One-HR employment law review (webinar)

Book your place now - 6 December 2018
Barrister Kevin Charles scrutinises the latest developments in employment law including whistleblowing, minimum wage and more...

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