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Top 10 HR questions November 2017: Gender pay gap reporting looms large

7 Dec 2017

Employers have just under five months left to publish their gender pay gap reports. Most employers covered by the gender...

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Statutory paternity pay and statutory shared parental pay will go up from £140.98 to £145.18  per week
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New statutory pay rates for maternity, paternity, shared parental leave, adoption and sickness

27 Nov 2017

The Government has published the statutory rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay and sick pay...

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Employers reluctant to report gender pay gap figures, finds XpertHR

24 Nov 2017

Employers are holding back from publishing their gender pay gap figures, despite having already carried out the calculations required under...

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Recruitment trends: Take part in our survey

9 Nov 2017

The availability of workers to fill vacancies continued to decline sharply in October 2017, according to the latest REC figures....

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Take part in a survey on bereavement leave

3 Nov 2017

Following the Government’s publication of a bill that will enable employers to offer two weeks’ paid leave to parents who...

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Top 10 HR questions October 2017: Modern slavery statements and GDPR

2 Nov 2017

The requirement for large employers to publish a slavery and human trafficking statement came into force in October 2015 and...

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Pay award forecasts, 12 months to the end of August 2018; n = 318 employee groups. Source: XpertHR

Employers forecast pay rises of 2% in 2018

26 Oct 2017

Employees are on course for yet another year of slow pay growth, according to research from XpertHR.

Pay rise forecast...

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In some circumstances,  travel to and from the employee's home should be counted as working time, says the ECJMonkey Business Images/REX/Shutterstock

Top 10 HR questions September 2017: Travel time and zero hours status

3 Oct 2017

Should you include time spent travelling when calculating employees’ working time? The number one FAQ for September deals with this...

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New corporate offence of failing to prevent facilitation of tax evasion

26 Sep 2017

A new criminal corporate offence of failing to prevent facilitation of tax evasion comes into effect on 30 September 2017....

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Using people analytics to drive retention success (webinar)

19 Sep 2017

Achieving an optimum level of labour turnover is fundamental to maintaining organisational performance, but employers can struggle to retain key...

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Will employers need to amend contracts of existing employees to comply with GDPR?

Top 10 HR questions August 2017: GDPR and holiday pay

12 Sep 2017

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will require employers to provide employees with a privacy notice, detailing how their personal...

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Take part in learning and development priorities survey

18 Aug 2017

XpertHR is carrying out research into organisations’ priorities for learning and development in the year ahead and how their investment...

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Employment tribunal fees cases stayed

10 Aug 2017

Cases arising from the Supreme Court decision in R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor, which declared employment...

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Top 10 HR questions July 2017: Data subject access requests

2 Aug 2017

Employers will have less time to respond to data subject access requests under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and...

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Holiday pay: regular voluntary overtime included, says EAT

1 Aug 2017

Payments for purely voluntary overtime should be included in holiday pay if they are regular enough to constitute “normal pay”,...

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