Editor's choice

The pick of the latest additions to XpertHR.

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Latest items in Editor's choice

  • Take part in our staff absence survey

    22 February 2018

    High absence rates can have a damaging impact on the health of organisations. This is your chance to take part in our research on the level of absence in UK organisations.

  • Coming soon to XpertHR

    Details of selected resources that are due to be published on XpertHR.

  • Take part in our employee engagement survey

    2 February 2018

    Employee engagement is high on the agenda of many HR practitioners. This research aims to capture employer practice when it comes to monitoring and increasing levels of employee engagement within their organisations.

  • New FAQs: Your questions from our recent GDPR webinar answered

    26 January 2018

    We answer some of the questions raised by participants in our recent GDPR webinar on processing personal data without consent.

  • Take part in our pay forecasts for 2018/19 survey

    25 January 2018

    XpertHR is conducting a pay forecasting survey to gauge private-sector employers' pay intentions over the coming year, and would like to invite you to take part.

  • XpertHR workplace pensions content simplified

    19 January 2018

    We have revised some of our content on pensions in the Employment law manual into a new Workplace pensions section, to provide a more accessible overview for employers and HR professionals.

  • New year brings significant legal changes in Canada

    20 December 2017

    The Canada guide has been updated to include significant recent and upcoming legal changes in Alberta and Ontario.

  • Severe weather

    Severe weather can disrupt business operations and affect employees commuting to or from work or travelling for work-related reasons. Employers should consider providing instructions to employees in advance and it is advisable to have a severe weather policy in place.

  • General Data Protection Regulation

    The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive, is due to come into force in the UK on 25 May 2018. The Government has published the Data Protection Bill, which provides for protection of personal data in place of the Data Protection Act 1998, and supplements the GDPR. We round up our resources on preparing for the new data protection regime.

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Rachel Davis, HR manager, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP