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Today’s budget announcements by the Chancellor reveal that 2p will be cut from corporation tax, giving Britain a lower rate than both France and more ›
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Employee Relations
Employment tribunal fees deter 7 in 10 cases
Employees with legitimate grievances against their employers are deterred from pursuing cases by the new fee more ›
Employer branding attracting 'more, not better' candidates
Companies investing in employer branding aren’t attracting better candidates – just higher numbers of average ones, according to new more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Financial downturn saw fitness boost for staff
Negative reports pertaining to the health of the nation’s workforce are misleading and only show a fraction of the bigger more ›
HR Management
25% pull sickie after holiday
  Up to one in four staff are skiving off work with a fake sick day on their first day back from holiday, a new survey has more ›
FA Council “overwhelmingly male and white”
  FA Chairman Greg Dyke has called the governing body’s organisation “overwhelmingly male and white” warning it could become irrelevant if the current trend more ›
HR Management
Half of working mothers face discrimination at work
  Half of working mothers and more than 25% of fathers have faced discrimination during pregnancy, parental leave or on their return to more ›
People Moves
Five minutes with: TrustFord's HR Director
Sharon Ashcroft, HR Director of TrustFord explains the HR challenges and opportunities that come with a more ›
Bizarre job ad warns it's a 'grave mistake' to apply
“An existing employee has turned traitor and decided to leave us for pastures new, (or so he thinks - put it this way, we will have a nice new concrete patio behind the office in a few weeks and he may mysteriously never be seen again) more ›
HR News
Significantly increased risk of diabetes for shift workers
  Shift workers face an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes according to a study published in Occupational and Environmental more ›
All-women shortlists 'illegal'
All-women shortlists aimed at getting more women on the boards of large companies have been ruled illegal by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) more ›