Key Employment Law Updates for 2019 and Beyond

Employment law can be one of the trickiest legal areas to keep up with, as a result of its ever-shifting nature. Updates and developments are common, so it’s important for both employers and their employees…

The new ‘temps’ – wired workforce for hire

Bots.co.uk - the leading British robotic arm manufacturer - has offered a new full automation service which it expects to alter the landscape of the automation industry. Under a campaign headline of 'Hire a cobot…

Top signs your workplace culture is toxic

Kerry Drury, Culture and Engagement Strategist, O.C. Tanner Europe, discusses how to identify a toxic workplace culture and considers the impact it has on stress Few workplaces are stress-free, but some have more toxic cultures…

Workers and HR ‘not being consulted enough’ over…

While the Prime Minister recently opened Tech Week with the announcement of new investment in tech, Prospect, a union which represents a growing number of tech workers, has revealed that employers are comprehensively failing to…

New Peer Comparison Functionality in Gender Pay Gap…

Curo Compensation has announced extended functionality to CuroGPG, its self-service platform which enables clients to fully comply with statutory Gender Pay Gap reporting in the UK. Used by over 170 clients across the UK, CuroGPG…

Machine learning will enhance our profession, say HR…

Almost half of HR leaders say predictive analytics and machine learning would improve their HR function, according to a Censuswide survey commissioned by MHR Analytics. Only one in ten (11%) of respondents currently use advanced…

5 ways to be more assertive

Stephen Humphreys, General Manager at online learning specialists, GoodHabitz, discusses how leaders and potential leaders can cultivate assertiveness skills. Assertiveness is a crucial personal skill to have in all aspects of your life and if…