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15 Aug 2019
Banks need to “step up” their plans for the UK leaving the EU without a deal, the European Central Bank...
6 Aug 2019
If the UK were to leave the EU without an agreement 1.2 million jobs across the Continent would be be...
1 Aug 2019
As workforces become more dispersed and global, it’s easy to assume employees can manage on their own and take charge...
31 Jul 2019
Burger King’s policy banning staff from having beards, moustaches and stubble violated employees’ rights under Spanish law, authorities in Catalonia...
29 Jul 2019
The European Union needs to ramp up its contingency planning for the effect a no-deal Brexit could have on UK...
26 Jul 2019
New prime minister Boris Johnson has indicated he may introduce an Australian-style points system for skilled overseas workers after Brexit....
12 Jul 2019
A trial of senior executives could lead to jail sentences over a wave of suicides as employees suffered appalling levels of workplace stress
27 Jun 2019
With Brexit encouraging a growing number of organisations to establish themselves abroad, Ben Wright explores three people management challenges that...
20 Jun 2019
Last week Personnel Today ran an opinion piece which criticised the EU Settlement Scheme, the process that EU, EEA or...
11 Jun 2019
Home Office cannot afford to ignore the lessons of the Windrush scandal and suffer the resulting reputational damage.
10 Jun 2019
Male managers may be restricting their work with female colleagues, according to US research.
31 May 2019
JPMorgan Chase will pay $5m to settle a discrimination claim filed by a male employee in the US
24 May 2019
Only a third of countries allow same-sex spouses to qualify as dependents on immigration applications, while just 30% allow same-sex partners this qualification.
16 May 2019
Although 35% of UK businesses have no system in place for whistleblowing, a comparison with other economically similar nations in Europe shows that the UK is ahead of the curve.