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  • Podcast: Why have a probationary period?

    30 January 2014

    In this week's podcast, we discuss various aspects of probationary periods, including their purpose and their impact on an employee's statutory and contractual rights.

  • Tribunal bias: what if a tribunal panel does Wikipedia research?

    30 January 2014

    Can an employment tribunal panel conduct its own research on the internet into a claimant's medical treatment? That was the unusual question for the Employment Appeal Tribunal in East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust v Sanders.

  • New guidance for global employers on equal opportunities

    29 January 2014

    The "Guide for global employers", which provides an overview of the issues facing multinational employers, has been enhanced by a new section on equal opportunities.

  • EAT gives first appeal ruling on employees' social media misuse

    29 January 2015

    The long wait for employers for an appeal decision on dismissals for social media misuse came to an end with Game Retail Ltd v Laws. But did the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) provide any guidance for employers?

  • Take part in our pay forecast survey

    27 January 2015

    XpertHR is conducting a pay forecasting survey to gauge employers' pay intentions over the coming year, and invites you to take part.

  • Advertising jobs in the EEA

    27 January 2015

    An employment agency or employment business must not, from 5 January 2015, advertise a job available in Great Britain in another EEA country unless it also advertises that job in Great Britain in English.

  • How effective is a phased return to work?

    26 January 2015

    According to the latest research from XpertHR, a phased return to work is an effective way of getting employees who have been on sickness absence back to work. However, there are certain changes that employers would make to the process.

  • Latest pay awards

    23 January 2015

    We summarise the latest pay awards collected by XpertHR that have been added to the pay databank. Alongside details of each pay award, the entry shows the name and size of the review group, along with the effective date and length of the review.

  • Pay settlement trends: first 2015 deals settled

    23 January 2015

    We provide a round-up of pay deals in the final quarter of 2014, while a look ahead at the first pay awards effective in 2015 reveals some signs of upward movement.

  • Podcast: Dealing with grievances

    23 January 2015

    In this week's podcast, we discuss whether or not employers can force witnesses to give evidence in the course of grievance proceedings and provide general guidance on dealing with grievances effectively.

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