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  • Podcast: XpertHR's key HR metrics and what we can learn from them

    Type:
    Audio and video

    XpertHR has been gathering key HR metrics for over a decade. Here we discuss the trends over time in sickness absence rates, labour turnover and the ratio of HR practitioners to employees.

  • Driving disqualifications: New model letters on redeployment or dismissal

    Type:
    Editor's choice

    XpertHR's Policies and documents tool has been enhanced with the addition of six new model letters covering the redeployment or dismissal of an employee who is disqualified from driving where this forms a part of his or her job duties.

  • Notice to department did not constitute resignation from employer

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    Law reports

    In East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust v Levy, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an employee's letter of notice to her department did not amount to a resignation from the respondent's employment because the wording used was ambiguous.

  • Benchmark graduate starting salaries

    Type:
    Editor's choice

    How competitive is your organisation's graduate starting salary for 2018/2019? New XpertHR data enables you to benchmark your organisation's graduate starting salary rates against those offered by competitors.

  • Webinar: Brexit - how to prepare for the removal of free movement

    Type:
    Audio and video

    With Brexit negotiations still ongoing, we are joined by Louise Haycock and Emma Kendrick, UK immigration solicitors at Fragomen, who discuss the considerations for HR and how to deal with a "no deal" scenario.

  • Podcast: Mental health first-aiders

    Type:
    Audio and video

    Mental health first-aid instructor and management trainer, Peter Larkum, takes you through what you need to know about mental health first aid at work.

  • Long-service awards in focus

    Type:
    Editor's choice

    Long-service awards can be an effective way to recognise an employee's contribution to the organisation over a sustained period. XpertHR's Benchmarking tool has full details of the long-service awards offered at 174 organisations, revealing wide variation in practice.

  • Pilot who provided fake reference from Star Wars villain ordered to repay training costs

    Type:
    Law reports

    In Francis-McGann v West Atlantic UK Ltd, the employment tribunal ordered a pilot to repay £4,725 in training costs after it emerged that he provided a fake reference using the name of a character from Star Wars.

  • Data protection impact assessment form

    Type:
    Policies and documents

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces the daunting new requirement on organisations to conduct a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) when they plan to carry out processing that poses a high risk to individuals' rights and freedoms. XpertHR provides a model DPIA, using the example of the proposed introduction of CCTV monitoring in a work location.

  • Victimisation: Focus of test for bad faith is honesty, not motivation

    Type:
    Law reports

    In Saad v Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust, the EAT held that the primary question, when deciding if an employee acted in bad faith, is whether or not the employee acted honestly in making the discrimination allegation, not the employee's ulterior purpose.

  • GDPR: New model worker and contractor privacy notices

    Type:
    Editor's choice

    XpertHR has added two example privacy notices for organisations to provide workers and contractors with information about how they process their personal data.

  • Take part in our Christmas working and celebrations survey

    Type:
    Editor's choice

    We are conducting a survey on Christmas in the workplace, and would like to invite you to take part. The survey looks at Christmas resourcing arrangements, plans and budgets for Christmas celebrations, and how employers seek to ensure good conduct at festive events.

  • Legal privilege: Email on how to disguise discriminatory dismissal is admissible

    Type:
    Law reports

    In X v Y Ltd, the EAT held that an email containing legal advice on how to disguise a discriminatory dismissal as a redundancy is not protected by legal advice privilege and is admissible as evidence in a tribunal.

  • EAT remits flawed tribunal decision that pub worker was fairly dismissed for "theft"

    Type:
    Law reports

    In Dibble v Falzon and Falzon t/a The Anne Arms, the EAT found that there were fundamental flaws in a tribunal decision that a pub worker was fairly dismissed over CCTV footage of her taking money out of a bar till.

  • Pay trends August 2018: Small dip in pay award levels

    Type:
    Survey analysis

    XpertHR's headline measure of pay settlements has fallen for the first time in almost two years - but is this a blip or a sign that lower pay awards are on the way?

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