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7 Nov / 2019

Gift cards – the ultimate Christmas staff reward?

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Christmas is only a few weeks away and it’s important to start thinking about how you will motivate employees The festive period is the ideal time to acknowledge the hard work carried out by your staff over the last 12 months, as well as motivating and incentivising them for the year ahead. But what is […] [more]

8 Feb / 2019

Culture change is never instant

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You can’t change a company’s culture overnight by writing a policy or issuing a memo, but it can be influenced to change over time Since the dawn of the internet HR folk tasked with writing a company’s people-related policies have started with a Web search. They find crib policies made available online by other helpful […] [more]

8 Feb / 2019

Organisations must do more to monitor culture

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Creating a strong organisational culture can benefit many areas of the organisation, our webinar found More than a third of HR professionals (37%) think their organisations could go further to successfully measure and report on company culture, according to a poll taken during an HR magazine webinar. A further 30% said that their organisation does not measure […] [more]

1 Feb / 2019

Criminal record disclosure scheme infringes human rights, Supreme Court rules

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Failed government appeals could lead to ‘crucial’ system reform preventing workers being ‘unnecessarily anchored to their past’  The way workers’ criminal records are disclosed to employers infringes their human rights, the Supreme Court has ruled. In particular, the court rejected as “disproportionate” the blanket rules requiring automatic disclosure of all convictions where a person has […] [more]

1 Feb / 2019

Ministry of Justice workers to stage two-day strike over pay

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Cleaners, security guards and receptionists at department demand London living wage Cleaners, security guards and receptionists at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) are to stage a 48-hour strike to demand the London living wage. The action by outsourced workers has been coordinated by the United Voices of the World (UVW) trade union, members of which are […] [more]

1 Feb / 2019

Robot era shouldn’t mean end to workers’ rights, says UN agency

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ILO calls for living wage and union bargaining as automation threatens jobs. World leaders have been urged by an influential United Nations agency to sign up to a universal labour guarantee to bolster fundamental workers’ rights, including adequate living wages and collective bargaining through trade unions. Designed to address rapid changes in the workplace triggered […] [more]

1 Feb / 2019

Brexit, Brexit Brexit,

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Two-thirds of EU workers considering leaving because of Brexit As MPs prepare to vote on whether to back May’s deal for leaving the EU, Prospect reveals that EU workers feel unwelcome in the UK Two-thirds (66%) of Prospect’s EU membership have considered leaving the UK as a result of Brexit, according to membership research. Reasons […] [more]

19 Jan / 2018

Shift in working patterns means more men are working part time

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Shift in working patterns means more men are working part time Courtesy of The Independant http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/men-working-full-time-part-time-resolution-foundation-employment-economy-labour-force-money-a8158786.html ‘Britain’s real hollowing out problem has much more to do with the hours people are working than the rates of pay different jobs bring’ Big shifts in men’s working patterns over the last 20 years have seen increasing numbers […] [more]

16 Nov / 2017

Yes, Uber has lost its ludicrous appeal. But will its drivers get their rights?

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Jason Moyer-Lee No company better epitomises the so-called “gig economy” than minicab firm Uber. All the key ingredients are there: the company uses an app, the drivers work flexibly – indeed, they can turn the app on and off at will – the drivers are paid per job, and the company denies them the employment […] [more]

29 Jun / 2017

UK faces drastic EU worker exodus

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Unprecedented levels of European workers consider exiting Britain… via UK faces drastic EU worker exodus. [more]



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