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The emerging people strategy and what it means for HR (webinar)

28 May 2020

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EasyJet to cut 4,500 jobs as recovery is forecast for 2023

28 May 2020

Budget carrier describes bookings for later in the year as encouraging but plans to lose 30% of workforce.

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DWP employee called ‘racist’ for remarking on Wales’ wet weather

28 May 2020

A former Department for Work and Pensions employee who was found to be a victim of age and race discrimination...

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Returning to work safely: your brand is at stake

28 May 2020

'We are seeing leaders rushing to get employees back into the office based on misguided notions that remote workers are less productive, less engaged and less cooperative.'

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8.4 million furloughed as Sunak prepares to wind down scheme

28 May 2020

Employers will soon be unable to furlough employees as the chancellor looks to end the job retention scheme.

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Is coronavirus the ultimate test in ethical leadership for HR?

27 May 2020

Whether it’s furlough or free healthcare, companies’ actions during the coronavirus have come under greater scrutiny than ever. Will the...

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Lower earners more likely to work through lockdown

27 May 2020

People on lower incomes are more likely to be classified as key workers and continue to go to work during...

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Lockdown pressures on mothers could stall gender pay gap progress

27 May 2020

Childcare pressures and a reduction in paid working hours brought about by the lockdown could risk reversing some of the...

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Charity worker unfairly dismissed after whistleblowing on foul banter

27 May 2020

A charity worker who blew the whistle on colleagues for using foul language and mocking someone with a physical disability...

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Investigations and Covid-19: employers need a pandemic-proof toolkit

27 May 2020

Employers are turning their attention to a host of novel HR issues coming over the horizon.

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Post-coronavirus: How companies can learn from blockchain

27 May 2020

Tamara Haasen describes how blockchain influences the peer-to-peer structure of technology company IOHK and how all employers could apply it...

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‘Remote conflict’: What happens when teams work from home?

26 May 2020

It may be easy to assume that conflict only happens face to face, but even as entire teams have been...

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BA plans to re-hire employees on worse terms, claim unions

26 May 2020

The Unite union has accused British Airways of plans to “re-hire” most of its workforce on less favourable terms and...

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Working from home proves real bonus for City employees

26 May 2020

Large majority of finance workers find lack of commuting a key benefit in their new working lives.

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Statutory sick pay rebate scheme launched

26 May 2020

Employers are now able to recover any coronavirus-related statutory sick pay (SSP), with HM Revenue & Customs accepting applications from...

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