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Workplace disputes
Carolyn Brown

08 July 2018

Workplace disputes are on the up – the number of employment tribunal cases has nearly doubled over the past year. In this contentious era, you must protect your organisation. The key is to embed the right processes, culture and behaviours to stop conflict arising in the first place.

Flexible working
David Gibbens

08 July 2018

The UK has a productivity problem. We work some of the longest hours in Europe, yet our output still limps behind that of nearly all our continental neighbours. The differential is so stark that German workers could finish on Thursday and still produce as much as we do in five days. Could flexible working help us close the gap?

Dealing with workforce disputes
Carolyn Brown

08 July 2018

Claims and complaints by disgruntled staff or enforcement action by regulatory bodies can inflict significant reputational and financial damage on organisations. Complying with employment law and following best HR process is the key to mitigating that risk.

What does worker ‘status’ mean?
Carolyn Brown

08 July 2018

The 2017 Taylor Review brought the status and associated legal and tax rights of the workforce into sharp focus. Our team can help to assess the legal and tax status of those working for you to help you confidently manage your workforce to achieve your organisation’s goals.

New forces at work
David Gibbens

08 July 2018

New forces are transforming the world of work. Societal shifts, digital technologies and tightening regulations are changing your people’s expectations about how, when and where they work. In this new era, outdated practices around recruitment, people management and workforce structures will leave your organisation exposed.

Supreme Court confirms self-employed plumber was a worker entitled to employment rights
Charlie Barnes

21 June 2018

In the last instalment of the Pimlico Plumbers employment rights’ saga, the Supreme Court has agreed that a self-employed plumber was actually a worker. What impact will this decision have?

Is the travel and tourism market taking modern slavery as seriously as it should be?
Ian Bell

15 June 2018

Modern slavery is an issue all sectors should be battling – but there is considerable risk across the consumer sector because of the global nature of supply chains.

A good working plan ready in time for Brexit Britain?
Carolyn Brown

07 June 2018

The Government’s response to the Taylor Review was published in February 2018 and, whilst it was welcomed by the report's author, there seems a long way to go before real change is effected and the timing of such change may collide with Brexit activity. RSM’s Carolyn Brown reviews the current state of progress.

TMT sector tops diversity stakes
Kerri Constable

17 May 2018

Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) companies consider their workforce the most diverse in terms of ethnicity and education, according to the latest YouGov survey, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Webinars
Mark Holland

15 May 2018

Prepare for the regular changes in the legislation through our series of webinars.

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