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We provide details of where and when strikes are happening, as the UK battles with the ongoing period of industrial unrest.

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Tax policy has not kept up with modern working practices, including hybrid and international working. What do employers need to know?

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The Carer's Leave Bill, which could see working carers get access to one week of unpaid carer's leave, has been passed by MPs.

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More than a quarter of full-time employees (27%) say the physical workplace remains the best space to speak about, and...

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A law firm wants its employees to be ‘wildly fabulous’ and dress to impress at work. Meanwhile, an HR firm has delved online to discover the most awkward questions asked by workers.

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Occupational health can make “a monumental difference” to the wellbeing of patients with cancer, SOM has said ahead of World Cancer Day.

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A recent employment tribunal case, Jandu v Marks and Spencer, has drawn attention to dyslexia as a disability for in the context of redundancy.

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A woman who was refused flexible working after maternity leave and lost her tribunal claim has had the decision overturned at appeal.

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What are the risks of using systems such as ChatGPT in their current form to create HR documentation?

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