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Recent news revealed that Facebook has doubled its bereavement leave policy for employees. The new policy entitles bereaved staff members to 20 days paid leave, to allow them time to mourn the loss of an immediate family member. Article from Rosie Briley for Damsons Future Planning. The post Bereavement leave: How long is long enough? appeared first on theHRDIRECTOR.
Conciliation service Acas has issued new guidance to help employers understand gig economy working, on the back of the ongoing... The post Acas updates its guidance to reflect gig economy developments appeared first on Personnel Today.
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Two-thirds (69%) of people earning less than £15,000 do not know they should be paid for travel between appointments, according... The post Campaign launched to raise awareness of increases in national minimum wage and national living wage appeared first on Personnel Today.
With the gender pay gap reporting Regulations coming into force in April, it is critical that HR teams can understand... The post Making the most of your gender pay gap report appeared first on Personnel Today.
2016 was a turbulent year politically and economically. Despite that, employees across Europe are overwhelmingly positive that their businesses will succeed in 2017. Comment from David Mills, CEO of Ricoh Europe. The post European employees “hugely optimistic” about 2017 appeared first on theHRDIRECTOR.