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  • New model letters and form on time off for adoption appointments

    Date:
    26 March 2015

    XpertHR provides new model letters responding to an individual who has requested time off to attend an adoption appointment, as well as a declaration form for the individual to complete.

  • Changing pay and grading arrangements

    Date:
    26 March 2015

    In "How to introduce and review a pay and grading structure" we look at the different types of grading structures and how organisations should go about introducing one of them. We also address issues such as how employees progress through the grading structure, avoiding discrimination and handling appeals.

  • April employment law changes: key XpertHR resources

    Date:
    25 March 2015

    XpertHR rounds up key content on employment law changes that come into force in April 2015. The changes cover the enhancement of family-friendly rights, increases in the limits on tribunal awards and changes to national insurance.

  • Pay settlement data live on XpertHR Benchmarking

    Date:
    25 March 2015

    The full dataset of pay settlements effective over the past year has been added to XpertHR Benchmarking. Subscribers can see the headline data, and also drill down into the results by sector. The dataset covers all pay awards effective between 1 March 2014 and 28 February 2015.

  • Key HR metrics for 2015

    Date:
    24 March 2015

    Latest XpertHR research into HR roles and responsibilities examines the most and least popular metrics used by employers to asses the effectiveness of their HR function.

  • Equality Act 2010: does a controlled diet prevent diabetes from being a disability?

    Date:
    24 March 2015

    More often than not, employment tribunals do not need much convincing that an employee with diabetes is disabled under the Equality Act 2010. However, the Employment Appeal Tribunal judge in Metroline Travel Ltd v Stoute has surprised many by concluding that an individual with the common type 2 diabetes is not disabled.

  • Take part in our HR metrics survey

    Date:
    23 March 2015

    XpertHR is conducting a survey examining which HR metrics are regularly and easily collected, how meaningful they are, and how they shape decisions within the HR department and throughout the organisation as a whole.

  • Long-term sickness absence return: when does the reasonable adjustments duty kick in?

    Date:
    20 March 2015

    The decision in Doran v Department for Work and Pensions that an employer's duty to make adjustments for a disabled worker was not triggered when she had given no indication when she would be fit to return to work may not sit comfortably with some employers, as Jessica Smith of DLA Piper explains.

  • Private-sector pay intentions for the year ahead

    Date:
    20 March 2015

    We reveal private-sector organisations' pay forecasts for 2015/16, including the biggest pressures on pay awards, and we discover their opinions on the national minimum wage and living wage.

  • Pay trends March 2015: pay rises remain subdued

    Date:
    20 March 2015

    Employer pay awards in the first couple of months of 2015 are examined in our latest pay trends article. We find that the level of pay awards made to employees remains low, with no signs of an upturn on the horizon.

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