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Darren Newman and Annabel Mace discuss the implications of Britain's vote to leave the EU for HR, including the impact on employment legislation and employees' immigration status.
People data is now a strategic priority for many employers but knowing what data to collect, how to gather it and how to use it can be daunting for those in the early stages of their HR metrics and analytics journey.
Listen to our speakers explain the legal requirements and share information about what other organisations are already doing to report on their gender pay gap.
Discover how we're helping customers empower their line managers to work efficiently and cost effectively using our Liveflo Line Manager Workflows.
From 1 April 2016, workers aged 25 and over must be paid at least the new national living wage of £7.20 per hour. But is this simply another band of the minimum wage? And what should employers be doing now to prepare?
From anti-slavery statements to zero hours contracts, this webinar guides employers through recent and upcoming changes in employment law.
This special Q&A surgery addresses the legal and practical issues that arise when dismissing an employee.
Jason Galbraith-Marten QC provides a practical slant on age discrimination.
Laurie Anstis goes back to basics and explains the TUPE Regulations at an accessible level.
Darren Newman helps employers make sense of their legal obligations regarding paid annual leave.
Ed Bowyer explains the five key issues that are fundamental to understanding and preparing for the new right.
Laurie Anstis explains how disability discrimination law works and gives practical tips on what employment tribunals expect of employers.
Audrey Williams and Camilla Palmer explain how the shared parental leave rules will work.
Employment lawyer Darren Newman discusses what the new rules on flexible working mean for your organisation.
Laurie Anstis and Gill McCarthy discuss early conciliation and other important changes you need to know about.
Significant changes to the TUPE framework came into effect on 31 January 2014. Employment lawyer Darren Newman sets out the state of play in respect of TUPE and explains the changes.
Laurie Anstis takes employers through the basics of a fair redundancy procedure, helping them to avoid a costly employment tribunal claim.
Darren Newman sets out a legally compliant process for employers to follow when making changes to terms and conditions of employment.
Employment lawyer Max Winthrop takes employers through common conduct dismissal pitfalls, explaining how to avoid them.
Laurie Anstis sets out a five-step approach to managing long-term sickness absence.
Darren Newman looks at the duty to consult collectively in a redundancy situation. He provides practical guidance for employers on how to best manage the process.
Victoria Powell of SaBRE sets out the key points that all HR professionals and business owners need to know when employing reservists.
XpertHR contributing authors Patrick Brodie and Kelly Chapman from law firm RPC outline five key steps to a compliant TUPE transfer.
Darren Newman sets out a practical three-step approach to performance management that is lawful, fair and commercially sensible.
Sheila Attwood and Kate Upcraft reveal the key issues of which to be aware when preparing for pensions auto-enrolment.
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