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New Data Protection Laws – GDPR

New Data Protection Laws – GDPR

Our current data protection laws will change on 25 May 2018. This may seem a long way off but the changes are fundamental and will include massively increased fines for breaches of the new regime. Due to the scale of the changes to data protection laws, your organisation needs to take steps now...

We are ‘Employment Law Firm of the Year’ finalists! Personnel Today Awards 2017

We are ‘Employment Law Firm of the Year’ finalists! Personnel Today Awards 2017

We are excited to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for ‘Employment Law Firm of the Year’ at the prestigious Personnel Today Awards 2017...

What does the Taylor Review mean for HR?

What does the Taylor Review mean for HR?

The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices (the Review) was published last week. Commissioned by Theresa May shortly after she became Prime Minister last summer, the independent review examined how employment practices need to change in order to keep pace with modern business models,...

General Election 2017 – A week on

General Election 2017 – A week on

We are now a week on from waking up to a hung parliament and in many respects there is still a large degree of uncertainty about what might happen next...

Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Latest News

Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Latest News

ACAS has issued revised guidance on the gender pay gap reporting obligations...

Video | Discover for yourself how our online HR resources can transform your HR team’s capabilities

Video | Discover for yourself how our online HR resources can transform your HR team’s capabilities

See for yourself the quality of our documents, policies, information services and news updates in this short video of our Online HR Resources portal...

How to carry out a fair performance management process

How to carry out a fair performance management process

Underperformance in the workplace can be a common issue. How do employers go about dealing with poor performance fairly? Read our top ten tips in managing poor performance...

ESP Law solicitor featured in HR Magazine – Legal-ease: Gender pay gap reporting

ESP Law solicitor featured in HR Magazine – Legal-ease: Gender pay gap reporting

The gender pay gap reporting legislation will require employers with 250 or more employees to publish information about the gender pay gap in their organisation every year...

The 5 things killing your HR team’s productivity

The 5 things killing your HR team’s productivity

The HR department plays a strategic role in improving productivity across the company as a whole but, as increasing demands are placed on their time, HR staff themselves can struggle to remain productive.

10 steps for recruiting fairly

10 steps for recruiting fairly

As an employer, you want to ensure you recruit the right person for the role but you also need to ensure that the recruitment process carried out is fair. How do you achieve this?

7 mistakes to avoid as an HR leader

7 mistakes to avoid as an HR leader

Your HR team is at the heart of your company’s success. When it works well, the whole company benefits. As a senior HR professional, you know all too well the dual responsibility placed upon your shoulders...

5 ways to upskill your HR team (including some you may not have thought of)

5 ways to upskill your HR team (including some you may not have thought of)

If you’re in charge of a busy HR team and things are ticking along nicely – even if you are a little overrun – most would imagine you can settle back now, generally satisfied with how everything’s running. But we’d hazard a guess that’s not what you’re doing. And rightly so...

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