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Adam McCulloch is a freelance writer and editor.
The Children and Families Act has received Royal Assent.

Greensill scandal: civil servants ordered to declare outside interests

15 Apr 2021

Senior civil servants have been asked, by the end of the week, to declare paid roles or outside interests that could conflict with civil service rules.

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Deliveroo error sees riders paid inflated bonuses

15 Apr 2021

Deliveroo’s plans to say reward its most experienced riders with bonuses saw many riders receiving the wrong amounts.

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Hancock met Greensill over NHS salary advance scheme

12 Apr 2021

Health secretary was lobbied by David Cameron and financier Lex Greensill to introduce earned wage access scheme in NHS, it has emerged.

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Prince Philip: an HR reformer of his time?

9 Apr 2021

Prince Philip achieved much that would impress a modern HR practitioner in his earlier years at Buckingham Palace.

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Global Travel Taskforce report ‘hammer blow for business travel’

9 Apr 2021

Business travel specialists and holiday firms have voiced frustration over the government's Global Travel Taskforce report.

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JP Morgan cuts office space and warns of Brexit relocation

8 Apr 2021

Annual letter to shareholder reveals concerns over UK's future; Archbishop of Canterbury condemns Goldman Sachs over long hours.

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1,200 HSBC employees to work permanently from home

8 Apr 2021

HSBC acts on results of employee survey but nearly a third opt to work in offices at least some of the time.

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How should employers deal with the holiday conundrum?

1 Apr 2021

With millions rolling over annual leave in the hope of holiday later in the year are firms storing up problems for themselves, particularly as burnout takes its toll?

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What did the Race Commission tell employers about bias?

1 Apr 2021

The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities’ report has been condemned for ‘whitewashing’, but what messages did it have for HR and business?

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Google plans return to office from September

1 Apr 2021

Google has announced it is aiming to get more employees back into its offices from September.

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Young people disproportionately affected by Covid jobs hit

30 Mar 2021

Only a significant extension of youth employment schemes will mitigate the long-term damage to the economy, finds the Prince’s Trust.

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EY drops appeal against whistleblower judgment

30 Mar 2021

EY has dropped its appeal against a judgment ordering it to pay $10.8m to a whistleblower who raised money laundering concerns.

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February saw 26,600 jobs put at risk

26 Mar 2021

Stable level of redundancies but numbers on furlough soar in January and February.

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Deliveroo riders paid as little as £2ph, study alleges

26 Mar 2021

New study on riders' pay, strike action, investor criticism and Rashford talks mark bumpy run-up to Deliveroo flotation.

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TUC urges new laws to rein-in artificial intelligence

25 Mar 2021

The TUC has sounded the alarm over ‘huge gaps’ in UK employment law over the use of AI.

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