Workers will be able to take up to one year’s leave to care for an elderly relative under wide-ranging plans...
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Putting together a short-term sickness absence policy can be one of the most daunting tasks an HR professional can face....
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Uber has received leave to appeal the decision on the employment status of its drivers to the Employment Appeal Tribunal... The post Gig economy: Uber appeal hearing confirmed appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »
Recent European court judgments have suggested that employers can justify a ban on employees wearing certain religious items. But what... The post Headscarf cases: what now for employer dress codes? appeared first on... Read more »
Companies that want to employ people on zero hours contracts could face a hike in the minimum wage rate, the... The post Non-guaranteed hours could command higher minimum wage appeared first on Personnel... Read more »
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