Teacher overlooked for promotion because she worked part time

A teacher who was overlooked for a promotion because she was working reduced hours has received a £5,000 pay out...

Landmark pensions ruling opens doors for other public sector claims

A woman has won the right to access her late partner’s military pension in a landmark Court of Appeal ruling....

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Employers should have to ‘opt out’ of offering flexible working, says MP

Flexible working should be offered by default for any job and employers should “opt out” if a job cannot be...

Migrant salary threshold should be £20,000, say business leaders

Business leaders have called for a number of reforms to the immigration system, including lowering the salary threshold and revising...

Single labour market body to enforce minimum wage and holiday rights

The government has announced proposals for a single labour market enforcement body which will have powers to enforce minimum wage...

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MoD vows to tackle harassment and bullying in the armed forces

New measures to stamp out the discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment in some areas of the armed forces have been...

How employees are using social activism to make their voices heard

With traditional union membership in decline, employees are finding new ways to voice their opposition to corporate decisions, as shown...

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Three quarters of whistleblowers ‘retaliated against’ by their employer

Three-quarters of whistleblowers experience retaliation from their employer including bullying, attempts to destroy evidence and dismissal, according to a group...

Off-payroll working: How IR35 rules affect the private sector

Despite problems with IR35 'off-payroll' rules in the public sector, HMRC has confirmed that from April 2020 the private sector will be subject to the new tax regulations. How should businesses prepare?

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Automation could widen gender pay gap

There is a risk that automation in the workplace will widen the gender pay gap and increase inequality, an in-depth study has found.

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Government plans to widen statutory sick pay and improve workplace health

Plans to offer a sick pay rebate for organisations that effectively help staff get back to work have been revealed...

HR outsourcing (HRO) in depth guide

An in-depth guide to HRO: How is HR outsourcing changing? 

HR outsourcing (HRO) has matured. Once little more than a cost-cutting exercise, outsourcing your HR – or specialisms within it...

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‘Good quality’ jobs should be measure of industrial success

The UK needs to manage industrial change far better than in the past if the economy is to harness new technology, become greener and provide better livelihoods

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