We live in an increasingly technological age where real power is driven by data. Every day more data is created about each of us and stored away, whether that is data stored by our employer, a bank, scorecard provider or social media site. We have seen the importance of data and the way it can be used in the Cambridge Analytica debate around the use of data in political elections.
The Home Secretary, Priti Patel, has this week announced further details of the UK’s new points based immigration system, read more to find out the key points and what your business should be doing now.
Chancellor’s Announcement a Boost for Hospitality Sector
The Chancellor yesterday unveiled a package of support to help businesses retain jobs and encourage customers through the door. Acknowledging the importance of the hospitality sector in playing an integral part in getting the economy moving again...
As many businesses are looking at workforce planning and considering options, Emma O’Connor, Head of Training, explores how employers can use settlement agreements more effectively, and strategically...
Coronavirus and beyond – health and safety issues and returning to work
As the lockdown eases and businesses prepare plans to return people to their workplace, health and safety will be at the fore. Emma O’Connor, Head of Training, spoke to Ian Clements, Managing Director of Quadriga Health and Safety, about the key health and safety issues employers needed to be aware of. To find out more and listen to the podcast, read on.
Updated – Employer Guide to Job Retention Scheme (15 June 2020)
The speed with which the Coronavirus has changed the way we live and work is unprecedented. Despite the HMRC portal for the government’s Job Retention Scheme (JRS) going live on Monday 20 April 2020, the JRS but it continues to be updated and has been further extended. It is now due to end on 31 October 2020.
Two weeks ago on 18th May 2020, the Government’s controversial Immigration Bill was voted through the House of Commons, reminding us that, despite the industry being in the grip of a global pandemic, it still needs to prepare for the future and a new immigration landscape.