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Flexible working requests: common employer pitfalls

15 Nov 2016

More than a quarter of women polled in a recent survey by Workingmums had their flexible working request turned down,...

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International assignments in an uncertain world (webinar)

11 Oct 2016

ON DEMAND | The current economic and political climate has led to increasing challenges for employers managing ...

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Employment law changes: October 2016 and beyond

15 Sep 2016

The autumn months promise to be a busy period for HR practitioners as they get to grips with a host...

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Public-sector gender pay gap reporting confirmed

19 Aug 2016

The timetable for gender pay gap reporting in the public sector has been confirmed, with the Government largely intending to...

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Misconduct warning letters: what to include

29 Jul 2016

Employers often fail to give guidelines to staff on what to include in an oral or written disciplinary warning letter....

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Tougher rules on employing illegal workers under Immigration Act

17 May 2016

The Immigration Act 2016 has received Royal Assent, introducing a range of measures to crack down on businesses that employ ...

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Probation meetings: eight tips for line managers

1 Mar 2016

Many new recruits leave their job in the first few weeks and months because they have not settled in well...

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Councils free to change Sunday trading laws from the autumn

9 Feb 2016

Local authorities and city mayors in England and Wales will from autumn 2016 be given the power to extend Sunday...

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Employment law changes in 2016: eight things employers should know

18 Dec 2015

Key employment law changes in 2016 to ensure you have a head start to...

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City Link directors not guilty over redundancy failures

17 Nov 2015

Three ex-directors of collapsed delivery firm City Link have been acquitted over their failure to notify the Government of proposed...

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office banter harassment

Office banter or harassment? Seven case law examples

19 Oct 2015

When barrister Charlotte Proudman tweeted what she described as a sexist message from a fellow lawyer on LinkedIn last month,...

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Shared parental leave

Shared parental leave: an eight-step guide for employers

13 May 2014

Shared parental leave will give working parents more choice in how they care for their child in the first year...

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An apprentice at National Grid

What are employers’ legal obligations towards apprentices?

4 Mar 2014

With the activities taking place during National Apprenticeship Week, many firms are beginning to think about taking on an apprentice....

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International assignments

International assignments: Five steps to seconding an employee overseas

17 Feb 2014

There are many factors with which organisations considering an overseas assignment need to deal before the secondment. We set out some of the essential points...

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Working Families to host briefing on flexible working

10 Feb 2014

HR professionals meet in London this week to discuss the forthcoming extension of the right to request flexible working...

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