Poll: Which issue represents the biggest barrier to implementing your SPL scheme?

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HRreview’s recent webinar on Shared Parental Leave (SPL) in the real world, developed in association with My Family Care, examines the challenges and opportunities that have been seen so far since SPL came into force on 5th April.

The webinar offers advice and case studies from Jennifer Liston-Smith, director, head of coaching and consultancy at My Family Care, Emma Codd, managing partner for talent at Deloitte, and Carolanne Minashi, head of diversity, employee relations and engagement at Citi, discussing the legislation’s impact on workplace culture, gender discrimination and HR practices.

We want to know what you think the biggest obstacle is to successfully implementing SPL in your workplace.

Read more about the outcomes of the webinar here and vote below:

Which issue represents the biggest barrier to implementing your Shared Parental Leave scheme?

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Last week’s poll

As part of our focus week on global mobility, which ran from 18-22 May, we wanted to know what you think the biggest challenge is when managing a global workforce.

As organisations become more globalised, the need to employ expatriates for global assignments is ever-increasing. In many corporations based wholly or partly in the UK, international assignments play a pivotal role in succession planning and talent development as well as being an effective means of transferring knowledge, expertise and even corporate culture around the world.

Our special edition takes a look at the key international HR and expatriated management issues and trends in 2015. You can still download the PDF here.

What is the greatest challenges in managing a global workforce?

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About Steff Humm

Steff joined the HRreview editorial team in November 2014. A former event coordinator and manager, Steff has spent several years working in online journalism. She is a graduate of Middlessex University with a BA in Television Production and will complete a Master's degree in Journalism from the University of Westminster in the summer of 2015.

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