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West Midlands Fire and Rescue Service has been criticised for a recruitment process that…
Last Modified: 20th January 2020
With Monday 20 January 2020 being labelled as ‘the most depressing day of the year’, we explore how…
Last Modified: 17th January 2020
Organisations warned that out-of-work incidents such as ‘happy hour drinks’ and social media posts…
Last Modified: 15th January 2020
Recruitment firm in Swindon has rewarded four days extra holiday to employees who do not take…
Last Modified: 14th January 2020
Samira Ahmed had compared her earnings to fellow presenter Jeremy Vine, who was paid nearly six…
Last Modified: 15th January 2020
Organisations set to pay out increased rates for family friendly leave and long-term sickness.
Last Modified: 8th January 2020
Data from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development shows that FTSE 100 chief executives…
Last Modified: 6th January 2020
A landmark decision has found that a claimant's ethical veganism should be provided legal…
Last Modified: 3rd January 2020
As has become routine in recent years, a new set of minimum wage rates will become effective on 1…
Last Modified: 31st December 2019
With the year coming to a close, we take a look at some of the more significant outcomes that we…
Last Modified: 30th December 2019
As 2019 draws to a close, here are some key developments to be aware of next year. CEO pay ratio…
Last Modified: 23rd December 2019
As the festive week begins, many organisations may be wondering if it is lawful to give, and…
Last Modified: 23rd December 2019
Her Majesty the Queen reiterates key Conservative pledges in official re-opening of Parliament.  …
Last Modified: 19th December 2019
The latest set of figures from the Ministry of Justice show that, since the abolition of tribunal…
Last Modified: 16th December 2019
With Christmas almost upon us, organisations may wonder if they are under a duty to pay out a bonus…
Last Modified: 31st December 2019
Following last night’s General Election, the Conservative Party have remained in power and secured…
Last Modified: 11th December 2019
With the country set to go to the polls tomorrow, organisations may be wondering if they can reduce…
Last Modified: 9th December 2019
Despite their increasing popularity, organisations can remain hesitant about allowing employees to…
Last Modified: 6th December 2019
Research by insurance company Towergate Health and Protection demonstrates that although…
Last Modified: 4th December 2019
Banking group TSB is to dock the bonuses of its leadership team after it admits to failing to…
Last Modified: 2nd December 2019
Survey brings into question how much organisations can trust claims of sickness at work. A Com…
Last Modified: 2nd December 2019
Lib Dems plan to put a stop to Brexit and introduce a £10,000 skills wallet for every employee.…
Last Modified: 29th November 2019
Opposition party propose immediate increase to minimum wage and extended maternity pay. With a…
Last Modified: 28th November 2019
The day after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, is a major retail sale event that will take place in the…
Last Modified: 28th November 2019
Headline pledges include a new points based immigration system and plans to invest in adult…
Last Modified: 25th November 2019
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has confirmed that Member States do not need to allow untaken…
Last Modified: 22nd November 2019
Leading psychologist suggests secret Santa spending limits could stop unnecessary anxiety.  As…
Last Modified: 20th November 2019
Latest figures from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) indicate that workers are…
Last Modified: 18th November 2019
Christmas is just around the corner and many organisations will likely be planning the annual…
Last Modified: 15th November 2019
The High Court’s decision pours cold water over employees’ plans for a pre-Christmas strike.…