Five key expectations for employment law in 2019

Business Transformation Five key expectations for employment law in 2019

2y David Greenhalgh

Five key expectations for employment law in 2019

David Greenhalgh, Employment Partner at London law firm Joelson discusses employment topics that we should expect to see develop this year. View article

Managing remote or homeworking requests in an agile world

Culture Managing remote or homeworking requests in an agile world

2y Kevin Charles

Managing remote or homeworking requests in an agil...

How do you manage remote and flexible workers from an employment law perspective and what are the most frequently asked questions? View article

How can we protect our transgender workers?

Culture How can we protect our transgender workers?

2y Beverley Sunderland

How can we protect our transgender workers?

To start a discussion about the protection offered by the law to the trans community at work highlights immediately the first issue – that gender iden...

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Artificial intelligence versus regulation

Digital Transformation Artificial intelligence versus regulation

2y Roseyna Jahangir

Artificial intelligence versus regulation

As we stand on the threshold of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the landscape ahead includes developments in areas such as blockchain, internet of t...

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Sexual harassment – could employers be liable for their employees' acts?

Culture Sexual harassment – could employers be liable for their employees' acts?

3y Madeleine Mould

Sexual harassment – could employers be liable for ...

Despite its prevalence in workplaces of all sizes and sectors, sexual harassment is often under-reported particularly by men who have been sexually ha...

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Having difficult conversations about pay rises

Reward and Recognition Having difficult conversations about pay rises

3y Karen Holden

Having difficult conversations about pay rises

As employment lawyers we are often challenging contracts for under paid bonuses or similar, whilst on the flip side when we are acting for employers w...

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Six ways to retain your older workforce

Diversity & Inclusion Six ways to retain your older workforce

3y HRD Connect

Six ways to retain your older workforce

Retirement is changing. The removal of the default retirement age, changes to the state pension age, freedom and choice retirement reforms, plus a shi...

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Walking in different shoes

Employee Benefits Walking in different shoes

3y HRD Connect

Walking in different shoes

“Before you abuse, criticise, and accuse Walk a mile in my shoes” Joe South’s 1969 song Walk A Mile In My Shoes, later covered by Elvis Pr...

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The new world of retirement – an action plan for an ageing workforce

Employee Benefits The new world of retirement – an action plan for an ageing workforce

3y HRD Connect

The new world of retirement – an action plan for a...

Retirement is changing. The removal of the default retirement age, changes to the state pension age, freedom and choice retirement reforms, plus a shi...

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Podcast: Blick Rothenberg discusses hidden tax risks for HR

More News Podcast: Blick Rothenberg discusses hidden tax risks for HR

3y Unzela Khan

Podcast: Blick Rothenberg discusses hidden tax ris...

In this exclusive Interview with Mark Abbs, Partner & Head of Global Mobility Team at Blick Rothenberg we discuss Hidden Tax Risks for HR. Listen ...

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How to solve workplace conflict when no-one is present

Employee Engagement How to solve workplace conflict when no-one is present

4y HRD Connect

How to solve workplace conflict when no-one is pre...

Modern working practices have brought a new world of workplace conflict. Tania Coke asks what can be done to support healthy human relations in the ag...

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Exclusive: Linklaters tackles Brexit risks by paying for UK residence certificates

Employee Benefits Exclusive: Linklaters tackles Brexit risks by paying for UK residence certificates

4y Owain Thomas

Exclusive: Linklaters tackles Brexit risks by payi...

Linklaters is responding to the Brexit vote by paying for UK residency applications for its eligible EU employees. View article

Why employers should worry about Uber’s tribunal

Employee Benefits Why employers should worry about Uber’s tribunal

4y HRD Connect

Why employers should worry about Uber’s tribunal

Uber’s drivers have taken legal action against the business targeting better employment conditions. Richard Devall and Ed Marchant explain why this ca...

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Editor's letter: Could you survive without any HR policies?

Employee Engagement Editor's letter: Could you survive without any HR policies?

4y Owain Thomas

Editor's letter: Could you survive without any HR ...

Could you manage your organisation purely based on its culture, without a single HR policy? View article

Editor's letter: Could you survive without any HR policies?

Employee Engagement Editor's letter: Could you survive without any HR policies?

4y Owain Thomas

Editor's letter: Could you survive without any HR ...

Could you manage your organisation purely based on its culture, without a single HR policy? View article

How does the UK's vote to leave the EU affect employers?

HR Strategy How does the UK's vote to leave the EU affect employers?

4y Owain Thomas

How does the UK's vote to leave the EU affect empl...

The UK electorate's vote to leave the European Union came as a massive surprise and lit the blue touch paper to the country's political fireworks. How...

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How does the UK's vote to leave the EU affect employers?

HR Strategy How does the UK's vote to leave the EU affect employers?

4y Owain Thomas

How does the UK's vote to leave the EU affect empl...

The UK electorate's vote to leave the European Union came as a massive surprise and lit the blue touch paper to the country's political fireworks. How...

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UK referendum: Business leaders react to Leave vote

Business Transformation UK referendum: Business leaders react to Leave vote

4y HRD Connect

UK referendum: Business leaders react to Leave vot...

The UK's vote to leave the European Union has left major employers within the UK and EU uncertain of the repercussions as politicians squabble over th...

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News in Brief: Are your staff resorting to training themselves? Where do EU fathers get the most paternity leave?

Employee Benefits News in Brief: Are your staff resorting to training themselves? Where do EU fathers get the most paternity leave?

5y Owain Thomas

News in Brief: Are your staff resorting to trainin...

Workplace training programmes have become so bad that employees would rather do it themselves and what does paid paternity leave look like across the ...

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Why Shared Parental Leave take-up is probably closer to 25%

Employee Benefits Why Shared Parental Leave take-up is probably closer to 25%

5y Owain Thomas

Why Shared Parental Leave take-up is probably clos...

Former employment minister Jo Swinson told HRD Connect that shared parental leave take-up was well above 1% of eligible parents. View article

National Living Wage: What HR leaders need to know

Reward and Recognition National Living Wage: What HR leaders need to know

5y Owain Thomas

National Living Wage: What HR leaders need to know

The compulsory national living wage goes live in the UK on 1 April. Here's what HR leaders need to know. View article

Budget 2016: Employers given responsibility to ensure off-payroll workers’ tax compliance

Reward and Recognition Budget 2016: Employers given responsibility to ensure off-payroll workers’ tax compliance

5y Owain Thomas

Budget 2016: Employers given responsibility to ens...

Public sector employers face invading workers’ affairs to fulfil tax compliance by off-payroll staff. View article