Convicted jobseeker wins humans rights case against employer

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Convicted jobseeker wins humans rights case against employer   A jobseeker with convictions from childhood has won a court case against an employer who has been deemed to have prying too deeply into their past private life, winning the case because it was seen as a Human Rights breach.     The jobseeker in question,… Continue reading

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The final checklist: Brexit & article 50

  The final checklist: Brexit & article 50     In two of our previous High Performance blogs we’ve discussed the implications for businesses of Brexit and the raft of changes brought in by the impending Article 50. Companies, if they are to thrive in this climate, must adapt as we draw closer to March… Continue reading

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Court of Appeal decision offers new employer guidance on dismissing staff for long term sickness absence

Court of Appeal decision offers new employer guidance on dismissing staff for long term sickness absence     A dismissed teacher, who had taken a long term sickness leave after being assaulted by a pupil, has won her appeal. However the ruling has clearly defined & clarified when employers can dismiss workers for long term sickness… Continue reading

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Gender pay gap ‘not an issue’ to a quarter

Gender pay gap ‘not an issue’ to a quarter More than a quarter of UK senior personnel do not see the gender pay gap as an issue for businesses, according to research by HR and payroll provider NGA Human Resources (NGA HR). Men in senior positions were much less likely to see the gender pay… Continue reading

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Gender pay gap obligations: things employers need to do

Gender pay gap obligations: things employers need to do     Employers need to remember the following 6 key points when publishing and gathering the information required by government to help tackle the gender pay gap between men and women, These obligations will start in April this year, and the first data will then be… Continue reading

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