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Why Employers Must Be Careful What They Include in References

The case of AB v Chief Constable has highlighted the potential risks involved for employers, should they say a little too much in a reference.

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Are LLP Members Entitled to Whistleblowing Protections?

The Supreme Court has recently held in a case which centred on whistleblowing, that members of limited liability partnerships (LLPs) areconsidered 'workers' under the Employment Rights Act and thus are entitled to whistleblowing protections.

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Agency Workers Appealing to Employers

Approximately half of employers (52%) are planning to recruit agency staff in the next quarter, whilst 48% aim to do so over the next four to twelve months, according a survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).

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CIPD comments on shared parental leave proposals

The CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, has welcomed the renewed commitment from government to proceed with their plans for shared parental leave.

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UK is the “scrooge of Europe” for parental pay

The UK ranks last in Europe when it comes to giving new parents well-paid leave following the birth of their child, according to a recent TUC analysis.

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More support for working carers

Better support for working carers would give businesses and the UK economy a much needed boost and would save taxpayers £1.3 billion a year, according to a recently published report.

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