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Upfront Editor's choice - the latest from XpertHR

  • Take part in our dress codes survey

    Date:
    27 February 2015

    XpertHR is conducting a survey of regulations, guidelines and policies that give employees instructions on standards of dress and/or appearance and invites you to take part.

  • FAQs: Maternity leave and shared parental leave

    Date:
    27 February 2015

    Newly published FAQs answer employers' questions on the commencement of maternity leave and entitlement to shared parental leave.

  • Podcast: XpertHR managing long-term sickness absence survey 2015

    Date:
    27 February 2015

    In this week's podcast, we review the findings of the XpertHR managing long-term sickness absence survey 2015. We discuss the importance of line managers, HR and occupational health working together to manage long-term sickness absence effectively.

  • Workplace parties: when does unprofessional behaviour become harassment?

    Date:
    27 February 2015

    Can simply witnessing a line manager's boisterous behaviour not aimed at any particular person that has a sexually suggestive undertone amount to sexual harassment? In Mrozinski v Q Medical Technologies Ltd, the employment tribunal examined the dividing line between unprofessional behaviour and harassment.

  • Proposed national minimum wage rise of 3%

    Date:
    26 February 2015

    Government proposals for an increase to the national minimum wage would be the largest rise in real-terms wages in eight years.

  • Negotiating with trade unions

    Date:
    26 February 2015

    Practical guidance on how to negotiate with a trade union has been added to our "how to" section.

  • Age discrimination: harmonising older workers' terms after TUPE transfer can be justified

    Date:
    26 February 2015

    Did an employer's attempt to move employees to less generous terms and conditions of employment after a TUPE transfer indirectly discriminate against older workers, who were more likely to lose out on valuable benefits?

  • New Year wage round is off to a slow start

    Date:
    20 February 2015

    XpertHR examines the first pay awards concluded in 2015, noting that while many employees are receiving pay awards worth more than inflation, increases remain relatively low.

  • Latest pay awards

    Date:
    20 February 2015

    A summary of the latest pay awards that have been added to the XpertHR pay databank.

  • Reward priorities for 2015 revealed

    Date:
    20 February 2015

    The latest XpertHR research investigates what reward practitioners will be focusing on in 2015. Top of the list is linking pay to performance, but benchmarking against the market also features heavily.

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