Global businesses embrace Black Lives Matter movement

Businesses break with the past to express support for Black Lives Matter as CEOs and founders tell of their revulsion at recent killings in the US. The post Global businesses embrace Black... Read more »

Unethical use of NDAs to be outlawed

Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) and confidentiality clauses that attempt to conceal harassment and discrimination could be made unlawful under proposals announced by government. The post Unethical use of NDAs to be outlawed appeared first... Read more »

How to take precautions to avoid a toxic work environment

Independent investigations into misconduct at both Amnesty International and Oxfam suggest that toxic workplace cultures can have serious consequences. What... The post How to take precautions to avoid a toxic work environment appeared... Read more »

Oxfam’s ‘toxic work environment’ allowed sexual misconduct allegations to go unchecked

The charity Oxfam failed to tackle an environment that allowed sexual misconduct and bullying to go unchecked, according to an interim independent review.

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Largest university in UK hit by boycott over outsourced staff

Academics, students and leading politicians have launched a boycott of the University of London in support of outsourced workers The post Largest university in UK hit by boycott over outsourced staff appeared first... Read more »

How technology can help employees speak up over misconduct

Allegations of misconduct that enter the public eye can ruin corporate reputations and mark an end to executive careers. HR... The post How technology can help employees speak up over misconduct appeared first... Read more »

UK employees more lenient around ethics but more likely to report misconduct

UK employees take a more lenient approach than the European average to questionable workplace behaviour... The post UK employees more lenient around ethics but more likely to report misconduct appeared first on Personnel... Read more »

Whistleblower allegedly tied to a chair after speaking out

A whistleblower who complained of a misogynistic and racist culture at a Scottish government department has claimed that she was... The post Whistleblower allegedly tied to a chair after speaking out appeared first... Read more »

Top 10 HR questions December 2017: Workers’ rights post-Brexit

December saw the announcement of an agreement between the UK and the EU on citizens’ rights following Brexit. Employers are...

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What employers can do to stop cyber bullying at work

Anti-Bullying Week is a timely reminder for employers to look at the growing risk of cyber bullying at work. David... The post What employers can do to stop cyber bullying at work appeared... Read more »
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