Oxfam’s ‘toxic work environment’ allowed sexual misconduct allegations to go unchecked

The charity Oxfam failed to tackle an environment that allowed sexual misconduct and bullying to go unchecked, according to an interim independent review.

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Most organisations recognise that measuring performance is essential for making decisions around reward and staffing. But how can they use...

Gender pay gap reporting 2019: Only half of employers are improving

With less than three months left for large employers to publish their second tranche of gender pay gap data, Jo...

Top tips on how to get a promotion in HR

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Employee ‘class actions’ on the rise: what does this mean for employers?

The courts have seen a significant rise in the number of employment claims brought by large groups of individuals. The...

Disability ‘woefully absent’ from leadership agendas

While leadership teams increasingly embrace the challenges of gender and ethnic diversity, research has shown that disability is absent from...

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‘Ghosting’ in recruitment: a growing candidate trend

In the world of modern dating, few things leave the sting of confusion and despair as much as being ghosted....

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Employment study debunks migrant worker myth

Immigrants have been among the main beneficiaries of the employment boom but not at the expense of workers born in...

Childcare main barrier for unemployed parents

86% want to return to work, but most say they have been unable to find roles that fit around their childcare needs

MPs want tougher reporting requirements on gender, ethnicity and executive pay

More than two-thirds of MPs believe that reporting requirements on gender, ethnicity and executive pay are a “good start”, but...

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Flexible working has plateaued, study finds

The number of people using flexible working arrangements has flatlined since 2010, despite the right to request flexibility being extended...

Six employment law decisions that will shape 2019

Which employment law decisions will shape 2019? We outline six of the most significant cases in the pipeline – from...

The 10 most important employment law cases in 2018

As always, HR professionals had their fair share of employment law cases to keep track of in 2018, but what...

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