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Just a quarter of parents work from home or juggle their hours to fit around childcare, despite a law being introduced a year ago that gives everyone more power to request flexible working, according to research* by budgeting account provider thinkmoney.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an obligation to collectively consult about proposed redundancies is triggered when an employer makes a provisional decision to close its workplace, even if the final decision is not made until later. Howes Percival comments on Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling
HR Magazine More than one in ten (11%) parents or guardians believe that their child is "too clever for an apprenticeship or school leaver programme", according to research by AllAboutSchoolLeavers.co.uk.
HR Magazine Newly-acquired firms exhibit the largest skills gaps in marketing and IT management, according to a survey of UK-based private equity firms.
HR Magazine When faced with new roles, old patterns of thinking and behaving can hang around. But in order to become a great leader you must change your mindset by acting a different way, according to Herminia Ibarra.