Parents and primary carers who suffer the loss of a child will be entitled to at least two weeks’ paid parental bereavement leave from April 2020, the government has confirmed.
Despite a possible exit date looming, the majority of UK businesses are unprepared for recruiting talent in a post-Brexit world, new research reveals.
In light of high profile cases of harassment in the workplace involving Ted Baker chief Ray Kelvin and Topshop owner Sir Philip Green, Emma Bullen from MHR provides practical advice on how employers can protect themselves from sexual harassment claims.
As the BBC have decided to welcome fictional news presenter Alan Partridge back after a 24-year hiatus, the controversial Norwich native is sure to raise some interesting issues for HR to deal with.
As singer Rihanna is taking her father to court in the US in a trademark dispute we look at what business can learn from the Grammy Award winning singer.
Last year was a year of headlines for women’s rights with the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements shining the spotlight on inequality and abuse.
The ‘gig economy’ workforce is not only a great resource for businesses, but is an increasingly popular option for many.
As October marks Cyber Security Month, there’s no better time for small businesses to take a look at their handling of company data.