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Occupational health research round-up: April 2018

Paternal heart disease increases shift work risk
Paternal mortality from myocardial infarction or sudden cardiac death interacts with shift work...

Cope with the countdown to GDPR

6 Apr 2018

With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation coming in next month, occupational health practitioners need to be reviewing how they...

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Government’s Taylor Review response comes up short for OH

6 Apr 2018

The Government’s long-awaited response to Matthew Taylor’s Review of Modern Working Practices made a lot of positive noises, but was...

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Companies still to report as gender pay gap reporting deadline looms

4 Apr 2018

Private and voluntary sector companies with more than 250 employees have until midnight tonight to submit details of their gender...

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Disability: Access to Work grant rises by a third

20 Mar 2018

Some disabled employees are to receive a 36% increase in Access to Work grants to assist them at work from...

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Building executive search in-house? Six mistakes to avoid

15 Mar 2018

More organisations are looking to source talent for senior roles in-house so they can build their employer brand and save...

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Occupational health research round-up: March 2018

2 Mar 2018

This month’s crop of occupational health research papers includes a study showing the value of exercising mindfulness at work, the...

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Counting the cost of the non-EU immigration cap

28 Feb 2018

The NHS recently called into question the cap on non-EU migrants coming into the UK, claiming it was blocking access...

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Theresa May: End freedom of movement the day the UK leaves the EU

1 Feb 2018

Theresa May is calling for freedom of movement for EU citizens to end on the day the UK formally leaves...

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Employers rebrand training as apprenticeships to access levy fund

11 Jan 2018

Almost half (46%) of employers plan to repackage their existing training schemes as new apprenticeships in order to access their...

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BBC China editor departure prompts call for equal pay analysis

8 Jan 2018

Employers should urgently consider equal pay analysis, a lawyer has said, following the departure of BBC’s China editor who claimed...

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From workers’ rights to dress codes: What does 2018 have in store?

28 Dec 2017

Brexit may mean a degree of uncertainty in employment law, but what is the direction of travel in 2018? Beverley...

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The 10 most important employment law cases in 2017

13 Dec 2017

The last year has been a very significant one for employment case law. Stephen Simpson counts down the 10 most...

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Can we make the apprenticeship levy work harder?

12 Dec 2017

News that apprenticeship start numbers had plummeted following the introduction of the apprenticeship levy in April led to criticism of...

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HR Tech: Why customers should be at the centre of every software investment

8 Dec 2017

Workday’s VP of product strategy for EMEA, Mark Judd, used to be one of the cloud-based software vendor’s customers. Now...

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