Jack’s Law: Statutory parental bereavement leave rules to start in April 2020

Parents who suffer stillbirth or the loss of a child will be entitled to two weeks’ statutory parental bereavement leave...

Pay growth likely to slow in 2020

Employers are being cautious with their pay awards, with a slight dip recorded at the end of 2019 and into...

PM considers scrapping £30,000 migrant salary threshold

The proposed £30,000 minimum salary threshold for migrant workers after Brexit is expected to be scrapped, it has been reported....

Boost employees’ financial wellbeing by linking benefits to salary

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Recruiters push for IR35 reform delay to avoid ‘damaging’ growth

Recruitment firms are pressing for the government to delay introducing private sector IR35 tax changes until 2021, which they say...

North East ‘most pessimistic’ about future prospects

People in the North East of England are the most pessimistic about their futures, with less a third of people...

Proposed salary increases not enough say teaching unions

The government has provided more information on pay increases for teachers since it announced the biggest sustained uplift in pay...

Aldi remains highest paying supermarket

German supermarket chain Aldi says it has maintained its position as the UK’s highest-paying supermarket after announcing hourly rates which...

Flexible working: are we moving in the right direction?

New research underlines how businesses must learn to properly engage flexible workers.

Managers sweep harassment under the carpet, says CIPD report

Almost a quarter of employees believe that – despite the rise of movements such as #MeToo – bullying and harassment...

Workers speaking up over sexual misconduct at law firms

Sexual misconduct complaints and cases rise sharply as #MeToo wields influence.

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Migrants face less discrimination than their adult children

The UK-born children of migrants feel they are more discriminated against than new migrants and are more likely to be unemployed.

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