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Employers failing to help working fathers
Many employers are failing to offer working fathers the support they need to play a greater role in raising their children. This is according to research released today by the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion (enei) and BT, which found that ...
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Why 'doing good' can benefit your career
The benefits of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for businesses are well documented: it can help to improve an organisation's reputation and aid recruitment because potential employees find altruistic organisations attractive.
The Bribery Act one year on � what HR teams need to know
It has been a year since the much-heralded Bribery Act came into force, making it a criminal offence to offer, give or receive a bribe, and introducing a corporate offence of failure to prevent bribery.
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HSE launches consultation on codes of practice
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has launched a consultation on its proposals to review a number of its Approved Codes of Practice (ACoPs).
Compensated no-fault dismissals 'unnecessary', say business groups
Business groups have questioned controversial plans to introduce compensated no-fault dismissals for micro-businesses, arguing that they will do little to encourage employers to hire staff.
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Cable 'disappointed' as Farepak case collapses
... for the watchdog commented: �The Insolvency Service, acting on behalf of the secretary of state for business, innovation and skills and on advice of counsel, will discontinue the proceedings against the directors of Farepak and European Home Retail ...
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Equality Act 2010: what recommendations do tribunals make to employers that ...
The Government is proposing to repeal the provision in the Equality Act 2010 that gives employment tribunals the power to make wide recommendations about the employer's workplace in successful discrimination claims.
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Top five mistakes made by employers when dismissing staff
Dismissing an employee is one of the most difficult things that an employer has to do. The cost of making mistakes during the dismissal process can be extremely high, not just in financial terms but also in terms of employee morale and the hours spent ...
Angela Brady and Deborah Saunt named in top 25 women
Angela Brady and Deborah Saunt have been named as two of the most influential women in property and construction. The Association of Women in Property (WIP) compiled the 25-strong list as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations. Alison Nimmo, chief ...
Auto-enrolment: Pensions Regulator publishes non-compliance strategy and ...
The Pensions Regulator has published its strategy for tackling non-compliance with the forthcoming changes to pensions law, which will see certain workers auto-enrolled into a pension scheme.
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