Facebook to pay $52m for failing to protect staff from harmful content

Facebook has agreed to pay $52 million to a group of workers who claimed they received little psychological support after… The post Facebook to pay $52m for failing to protect staff from... Read more »

California sues Uber and Lyft over driver benefits

The state of California is suing the ride-hailing technology companies Uber and Lyft for failing to provide benefits and protections… The post California sues Uber and Lyft over driver benefits appeared first... Read more »

Coronavirus: What employers need to know (webinar)

Thursday 19 March 2020, 11:30am GMT As the true impact of the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic becomes apparent, employers are facing… The post Coronavirus: What employers need to know (webinar) appeared first on... Read more »

New EU employment law to be reviewed by Parliament post-Brexit

Theresa May will today unveil how the UK government will handle emerging EU laws concerning workers’ rights after Brexit. The... The post New EU employment law to be reviewed by Parliament post-Brexit appeared first... Read more »

Six employment law decisions that will shape 2019

Which employment law decisions will shape 2019? We outline six of the most significant cases in the pipeline – from...

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Nine New Year’s resolutions for HR

You may be eating more healthily, exercising more or doing dry January, but for HR professionals returning to work, legal...

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Ireland on track to end zero-hour contracts

The Irish government has said it will end most zero-hour contracts in the country by summer as its Employment (Miscellaneous... The post Ireland on track to end zero-hour contracts appeared first on Personnel... Read more »

2019 employment law: eight changes to look out for

Although Brexit dominates the news, there will be a number of important employment law developments in 2019. Clio Springer sets... The post 2019 employment law: eight changes to look out for appeared first... Read more »

One-HR employment law review (webinar)

Last chance to book your place: 6 December 2018 at 2pm. Barrister Kevin Charles scrutinises the latest developments in employment law including whistleblowing, minimum wage and more... The post One-HR employment law review... Read more »

Most employers back idea for stable contract requests

Two-thirds of employers back the introduction of a right for agency workers and zero-hours contract workers to request a stable... The post Most employers back idea for stable contract requests appeared first on... Read more »
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