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How many do the one million represent of the EU nationals in the UK?
Lisa Duffey: The changing face of industrial relations – a shift from collective action to alternative action
Is social media rewriting the rules of industrial and employee relations?
How cycling to work can make a big difference for an employee.
What changes do people want to see to the Apprenticeship Levy?
Just how effective is the Government apprenticeship levy proving to be?
How is the Government tackling the problems with existing NDA laws?
What rights to flexible workers is the government consulting on?
Just how prepared are companies for IR35?
Who are graduates schemes biased to?
On Friday (21 August) Prime Minister David Cameron outlined the Government plans to increase the number of quality apprenticeships across England and give businesses a say on how they are run and what they offer. Employers across the country will be asked for their views on the introduction of an apprenticeship levy set to be…
The Trade Union Bill, containing the Government reforms designed to end what they describe as ‘unjustified disruption to working people’s daily lives’ received its second reading in Parliament yesterday amid strong criticism from union leaders. The bill proposes a time limit on ballots so that mandates for industrial action are always recent. One of the major…
Frances O’Grady, general secretary of the TUC, is today expected to strongly criticise the government’s new measures on strike action in a keynote speech to the TUC Congress 2015 ahead of the second reading of the Trade Union Bill. The TUC have released a statement in which they state that Ms O’Grady will say that history…
Government stats disguise extent of UK graduate over-qualification, say CIPD and The Edge Foundation
Government statistics cited by the Universities Minister this week disguise the extent of graduate over-qualification in the UK according to the CIPD and the Edge Foundation. Universities Minister Jo Johnson said in a speech on Wednesday 9 September at the Universities UK Annual Conference that “official statistics show that in fact only 20 percent of recent…
The Government’s proposals on strike laws are an outdated response to industrial relations issues currently facing UK employers and could prove counter-productive, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR and people development. The Government’s proposed changes to existing laws on industrial action centre on raising the bar on thresholds…