In this week's podcast, we discuss five areas in which the risk of reputational damage can be an issue for employers, and what HR professionals can do to reduce the risk of their organisation's reputation being damaged.
Large employers with a January to December financial year are expected to publish their first slavery and human trafficking statements by the end of June.
The Government has published its first-ever list of the top 50 employers to have promoted social mobility at work.
Updated to highlight the significance of 30 June 2017 for large employers with a financial year that runs from 1 January to 31 December.
Employment policies face an uncertain future after the general election ended in a hung parliament, with the Conservative party unable to win the 326 seats required to command a majority in the House of Commons.
The UK has been hit by three terrorist attacks in less than three months. These tragic events highlight the need to have a disaster contingency plan in place.
Employers should commit to employing 12% more employees over the age of 50 by 2022, according to Andy Briggs, the Government's business champion for older workers.
High-profile cases involving self-employed drivers for the likes of Uber and Deliveroo have focused heavily on employment status and rights. But HR professionals must not forget that so-called gig economy workers could raise other potential legal issues.
XpertHR research looks at annual leave provision, how employers calculate holiday pay, and arrangements for unused holiday entitlement.
New guidance on workplace dress codes will be published by the Government, but there will be no changes to the law following receptionist Nicola Thorp's petition to make it illegal to require women to wear high heels at work.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to business challenges.