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The steak holder experience

Restaurant chain Cattle Grid began in and around London, and is now expanding across the UK. The company decided that HR needed to prioritise employee experience, in order to build on that all-important customer experience and to meet growing expectations and competition and to drive this ambitious business forwards.

Article by: Matt Haworth | Published: 29 January 2018

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Learning the hard way | Print – Issue 159 | Article of the Week

Every employer would swear that putting employees at the heart of corporate L&D to drive results is essential. But L&D is failing to deliver the development experiences and career progression that today's employees put at the top of the list of must-haves. Little wonder then that valuable talent is leaving.

Article by: Carol Leaman | Published: 24 January 2018

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A Compelling History Unlocks the Future

The future of employment requires greater responsibilities of the employer towards the employee. Forward-thinking employers have recognised that delegating some of their employment responsibilities to others, those requiring time and resources without generating revenue, is the way to success.

Article by: Centralus | Published: 10 January 2018

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Engaging environment challenges explained

Organisations that have good employee engagement generally thrive. This is because an engaged workforce has the commitment and pride in the organisation to willingly go the extra mile and actively want to stay with the organisation to build their career. What challenges do organisations and HR leaders face when striving to achieve engagement?

Article by: Nigel Purse | Published: 9 January 2018

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Change for employment status, again?

It comes hot on the heels of the recent appeal from Uber directly to the Supreme Court (a spectacular leap-frogging of the Court of Appeal) to try to overturn the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) finding that its drivers are, in fact, workers. There is already significant uncertainty amongst employers as to whether contract staff are indeed, self-employed contractors or are actually workers. Or, even worse, employees.

Article by: Andrea London | Published: 1 January 2018

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How the Home Office keeps tabs on immigration compliance

With many areas of the UK economy unable to meet recruitment needs through the resident labour market, the ability to hire skilled personnel from overseas has become business critical for many companies. Employers must first seek permission from the Home Office to recruit workers with specific skillsets from outside the EEA, by applying for a ‘Sponsor Licence’. If granted a licence, the employer is essentially signing up to take on a number of prescriptive – and in all honesty, onerous - compliance duties on an ongoing basis.

Article by: Anne Morris | Published: 16 November 2017

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The outgoing Twitter employee and Trump’s deleted account

The case of the departing Twitter employee deleting the President's Twitter account  case raises an interesting and important question for employers - what can I do to protect my business when an employee is leaving? Fortunately there are things that you can do to make sure departing members of staff cause as little damage as possible.

Article by: Jacob Demeza-Wilkinson | Published: 9 November 2017

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Making sure It really does pay for employees to move overseas

To accept a relocation package, the salary or the role must have been an adequate temptation, but what can seem like a reasonable salary in the UK might not stretch too far when considering how much further it may have to go in a new home.

Article by: Rob Dolbear | Published: 31 October 2017