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Remote working: HR friend or foe?

The landscape in which we work has changed dramatically over recent years, with technology a key driver in the ‘social change’ we see within the workplace with the growth of remote and flexible working.

Article by: | Published: 20 October 2011

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Training the invisible workforce

Attitudes to work are rapidly evolving, and traditional training and development methods are increasingly having to adapt to a new ‘invisible’ workforce of remote workers.

Article by: | Published: 16 May 2011

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More snow? Oh no

More snow? Oh no Ursula Kelland is an employment solicitor at Hart Brown explains the legal rights of employees in ... View Article

Article by: | Published: 5 January 2011

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Gone but not forgotten

Gone but not forgotten Attitudes to work are rapidly evolving, and traditional training and development methods are increasingly having to ... View Article

Article by: | Published: 8 December 2010

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Out of sight…?

With many businesses feeling apprehensive about new flexible working legislation, now is an opportune time to look at business benefits and best practice. Report by Andrew McGrath, commercial director of ntl: Telewest Business.

Article by: | Published: 9 June 2010

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Once more into the breech

Our vulnerability is heightened by the increase in mobile working; hot-desking, working from trains, planes, internet cafes and a whole host of other public places. Organisations need to re-assess how they approach and manage the security of mobile workers and can’t rely on out of and date and unrealistic policy’s which simply state that ‘laptops should be kept on your person at all times.’

Article by: | Published: 7 October 2008