TalkTalk faces equal pay claim from former manager

A former manager at TalkTalk has brought a tribunal claim against the telecoms company, claiming she was paid 40% less...

Early-retiring employee not treated unfavourably by pension scheme, says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ruled that an employee was not treated unfavourably after his early retirement due to ill health...

Sexual harassment to be tackled under new 12-point plan

The government is considering whether to introduce a new legal duty on employers to prevent sexual harassment at work as...

What should employers consider when publishing parental leave and pay policies?

The government said in October that it plans to consult on the former employment relations minister Jo Swinson’s bill to...

Non-disclosure agreements: the role they play in resolving disputes

XpertHR consultant editor Darren Newman argues that any curbing of the abuse of confidentiality clauses needs to be done without...

Uncover the true state of employee engagement in UK business – Free report

PROMOTED | With retaining, motivating and engaging staff key to business performance, employee engagement has never been more vital to the UK economy ...

New rights for agency and temporary workers revealed

New legislation to bolster workers’ rights, including an extension of the right to a written statement of entitlements and closing...

Raheem Sterling case: What actions can employers take for incidents outside work?

Chelsea supporter Colin Wing recently lost his job in connection to alleged racist abuse he made against Manchester City player...

Manufacturers favour apprentices over graduates, says EEF

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What can employers spend apprenticeship levy funding on? 

Employers now favour employing apprenticeships over graduates, a...

Army fails to hit recruitment targets since 2013

The Army will fail to hit its recruitment target for 2020 as problems with its recruitment process meant it has...

‘Wages worth third less in some areas than decade ago’: TUC

The TUC has found that the average worker has lost £11,800 in real earnings since 2008

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Ireland on track to end zero-hour contracts

The Irish government has said it will end most zero-hour contracts in the country by summer as its Employment (Miscellaneous...

Could your hiring processes be damaging your employer brand?

In a candidate-driven market, many businesses put their trust in agencies and external recruitment partners to find the best talent....

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