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Marian Bloodworth

Marian Bloodworth

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There has been considerable focus recently - and rightly so - on employee wellbeing at work. Many employers are taking active steps to ensure that mental health is treated seriously and that employees are given the support they need to discuss and manage...
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The government has today announced that under new corporate governance laws, which are due to come into effect by June 2018, 900 publicly listed companies will be under a duty to reveal the pay ratio between their highest earners and other...
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The Banking Standards Board (BSB) yesterday (13 July) published a Consultation paper setting out its proposed guidance for financial services firms within the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR). These firms are required to certify their...
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We know that from time to time our clients encounter employment issues that require more than just employment law advice to solve. Whether you need an occupational health advisor, a payroll system provider or a diversity and inclusion...
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According to research released last week by Totaljobs, age discrimination is still rife. The statistics show that almost two-thirds (63%) of 55-64 year olds said that they have felt discriminated against by a prospective employer because of their age....
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Today’s report in CityAM that employees in the banking industry feel unable to admit that they are suffering from stress will be a blow to the many employers in the sector who are actively trying to remove the stigma surrounding mental health at...
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On Friday the Government’s Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Committee launched its inquiry into corporate governance, which comes after investigations into BHS and Sports Direct’s business activities. The inquiry will look at...
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An employment tribunal has held that Starbucks discriminated against a woman with dyslexia. The employee, a supervisor who had made mistakes whilst taking the temperature of fridges, had been accused by the coffee giant of falsifying documents. ...
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The annual increase in the weekly rate of statutory maternity pay, statutory paternity pay, statutory adoption pay and statutory shared parental pay will not happen this year. The rates’ normal annual increase has been the victim of a fall in the...
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Two news stories yesterday on women's pay at work should act as timely reminders to employers of the need to review their pay and bonus systems, ahead of the introduction of gender pay gap reporting in 2016. Research published by recruitment firm...
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The arrival of Facebook at Work will no doubt be welcomed by employees used to managing their personal lives and interests outside of work– as it will now allow them to do the same for their work lives with similar levels of functionality. For...
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