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Upfront Editor's choice - the latest from XpertHR

  • Junior doctors' challenge to new contracts fails

    Date:
    29 September 2016

    In R (on the application of Justice for Health Ltd) v Secretary of State for Health and others, the High Court rejected claims that the way in which new contracts of employment for junior doctors are being implemented is unlawful.

  • Employment tribunals: what will they look like in 10 years?

    Date:
    29 September 2016

    We predict the future of employment tribunals, and take a look at whether or not Acas early conciliation really provides a viable alternative to dealing with claims.

  • Review of 2016 pay awards

    Date:
    29 September 2016

    As employers start to plan their pay award budgets for 2017, XpertHR looks back at the pattern of pay awards over the past year.

  • Latest pay awards

    Date:
    29 September 2016

    A summary of the latest pay settlements recorded by XpertHR, including those at Delta Rail, International Paint, MB Aerospace, Sellafield, South East Water and Ulster Television.

  • Six tips for employing students

    Date:
    29 September 2016

    As the university year commences, many students will be thinking about finding a job to help fund their studies. We set out six tips for employers to consider when employing students and part-time workers.

  • Podcast: All change for employment tribunals?

    Date:
    23 September 2016

    We discuss the state of play of employment tribunals, with upcoming developments including the availability of all employment tribunal decisions online and a Supreme Court challenge to the legality of employment tribunal fees.

  • Are talented employees with tattoos being overlooked?

    Date:
    23 September 2016

    Although some employers are adopting a more flexible approach to dress codes, latest Acas research shows that tattoos and piercings are still "frowned upon" in many parts of the services sector.

  • Take part in our recruitment trends survey

    Date:
    23 September 2016

    XpertHR would greatly appreciate your help with our research to investigate key recruitment trends among employers.

  • Policies and documents tool: further improvements to layout

    Date:
    22 September 2016

    A further 18 categories within our suite of model documents are now listed in the order in which HR professionals might use them. This follows on from the earlier redesign of 14 key areas, making it easier than ever to find the templates that you need among XpertHR's 1,000 model documents.

  • Have you published your modern slavery statement?

    Date:
    21 September 2016

    The Government recommends that large organisations publish their first modern slavery statement within six months of the end of their financial year. If this runs from 1 April to 31 March, publication of the first statement is expected by 30 September 2016.

  • When dress codes and English language requirements discriminate

    Date:
    19 September 2016

    A strict requirement to speak only English at work or a ban on religious dress at work can lead to the risk of race or religious discrimination, explains Deborah Bulman of Burges Salmon LLP.

  • Podcast: Dealing with an employee who no longer has the right to work in the UK

    Date:
    16 September 2016

    We discuss how employers should deal with the situation when an employee no longer has the right to work in the UK, while complying with their employment law obligations.

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