Charity investigated for handling of harassment and misconduct claims

The Charity Commission is continuing its formal investigation into Save The Children’s handling of misconduct and harassment allegations against senior staff members.

23 April 2018

A plastic revolution

Despite reports highlighting the possible health concerns of plastic pollution, it took Sir David Attenborough to bring the issue to the attention of the public – and the government.

23 April 2018

Acrylamide food safety measures rolled out

Under new EU legislation in force since 11 April, food businesses in the UK will now need to take practical steps to manage acrylamide production within their food safety management systems.

20 April 2018

Mind the gap: the gender pay deadline passes

The deadline has passed for private and public sector businesses to report on their gender pay gap.

19 April 2018

‘Burnt out’ workers feeling the heat

Mental health awareness has really stepped up a gear in the past few years.

16 April 2018

The Brexit burden on employees

A third of UK employees believe Brexit will have a negative impact on their jobs.

12 April 2018

How to re-engage workers who have ‘checked out’

We’re only in the second quarter of 2018, and disengaged employees may still be looking around to see if the grass is greener elsewhere, which can generate numerous problems for employers.

12 April 2018

Increased funding to clean up London’s “illegal air”

A host of measures aimed at improving air quality in the capital will be rolled out from April 2019. Here’s what businesses need to know to prepare for the change.

12 April 2018

Upskill and reward to increase staff retention

Research conducted by recruitment website Totaljobs.com has revealed that two out of three UK employees have changed jobs due to lack of development opportunities and training.

03 April 2018

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