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4 key areas of Employment Law essential to HR departments in 2019
In 2019 there are several changes to employment lawRead More »
How has Brexit affected the pounds as we know it?
When the UK voted to leave the EU back in 2016, the pound reached highs of $1.50 against the dollarRead More »
The myth of ‘jobs that don’t exist yet’
An interesting and slightly bewildering idea, but where does it come from?Read More »
Do childless couples suffer from flexibility policy bias?
A common complaint amongst child-free workers is that parents are given first refusal on leave during school holidaysRead More »
How are British employers responding to the #MeToo campaign?
The #MeToo movement has shown just how widespread sexism is globallyRead More »
Employers still need to offer more support to parents returning from maternity leave
In order to improve the wellbeing of families, the ball is now in the employer’s courtRead More »
Working out of hours on personal mobiles leads Brits into the ‘always-on’ work culture
Many Brits, over a third at 35%, are using their personal devices to carry on working when they get homeRead More »
Key findings shared from government apprenticeships report
The manifesto promise of significantly discounted transport for all apprentices is not likely to be implemented until 2020 at the very leastRead More »
Interserve share collapse could threaten thousands of apprenticeships
The company runs UK-based training provider Interserve Learning and Employment and employs thousands of people in the UKRead More »