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HR policy and procedure is heavily influenced by employment law and that is dictated by the Government of the day. Here we provide guidance for HR and employers relating to political elections. Manifesto promises made in general elections, European elections, mayoral and local elections or specific referendums, can result in potential changes in employment law which HR professionals need to have in their sights.
21 Nov 2019
Jeremy Corbyn this morning promised to “unleash a record investment blitz, getting the economy moving in every corner of our country”.
21 Nov 2019
Doubts have arisen over the Conservative pledge to raise the threshold at which national insurance contributions have to paid.
19 Nov 2019
A future Labour government would “rewrite the rules of our economy” and would help workers “take back control”, John McDonnell...
18 Nov 2019
Political party leaders will speak to the CBI later today at its annual conference as they try to persuade the...
15 Nov 2019
Increases in the national minimum wage pledged in the general election could be a “gamble” and will inadvertently benefit middle-...
13 Nov 2019
A Labour government, post-Brexit, would retain freedom of movement from the EU for NHS medical professionals, shadow health secretary Jonathan...
12 Nov 2019
How can employers prevent employees from electioneering at work? Should the workforce be banned from highlighting their political allegiances in...
12 Nov 2019
Labour will provide free lifelong retraining for all if it gets into power in next month’s general election.
6 Nov 2019
As younger workers' minimum wage rates look likely to increase, Johnny Runge examines the reality of how employers pay, for example, a 25-year-old versus a 24-year-old.
5 Nov 2019
The Communication Workers Union has denied that its proposed December strikes are politically motivated and designed to disrupt the forthcoming...
31 Oct 2019
The timing of the general election may present real problems for employers with a 1 January pay review date.
28 Oct 2019
The UK will not leave the European Union on Thursday as planned.
21 Oct 2019
C-suite Brexit divide echoes splits in public and among MPs.
18 Oct 2019
The issue of what happens to workers’ rights has become a central plank in the Brexit debate as MPs prepare...
15 Oct 2019
As the debate over Brexit reaches a crescendo and leavers and remainers disagree on what should happen next, Richard Fox...