If you haven’t caught our recent blog on the abolition of Tribunal fees, you need to in order to plan and prepare for the fallout.  As you will appreciate this is HOT news for those of us in HR but of equal importance to you.  You should read the article by clicking on the link… Continue reading

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OLD TYRES KILL, STARK WARNING FROM NEW CAMPAIGN INDUSTRY EXPERTS JOIN CAMPAIGN’S CALL FOR BAN ON USE OF OUT OF DATE TYRES A campaign has been launched calling for a ban on the use of tyres older than ten years on buses, coaches and minibuses following a fatal accident which resulted in three people losing… Continue reading

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Brexit bonfire of employment law unnecessary, say employers

   Brexit bonfire of employment law unnecessary, say employers The popular opinion of most employers in the UK is that following Brexit there is no requirement for a major overhaul of employment laws.   Research by CIPD, as featured on Personnel Today, asked more than 500 employers whether they viewed 28 different aspects of employment law… Continue reading

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Criminal record checks: filtering system ruled unlawful

Criminal record checks: filtering system ruled unlawful     Criminal Data base checks are undergoing major changes as a number of court case mean less serious or long-standing convictions are being filtered out, giving people with these issues more of a chance of finding employment.   The Court of Appeal decision in R (on the… Continue reading

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GCSE grades are changing: a 9-to-1 guide for employers

GCSE grades are changing: a 9-to-1 guide for employers   The standard GCSE grades are to be changed to a 1-9 grading scale this summer and employers must know what they mean under the new system. Jobs which are advertised to people with A-C grades, among other things, must now be adapted.   This summer… Continue reading

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