Simon Creasey

Commuting to work: Train wreck or easy ride?

As we see the biggest increase in rail fares since 2013 what can HR do to ease the burden on employees?

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The rise of the employee-owned business

We explore the pros and cons for both parties of becoming partly or fully employee-owned

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No clarity on IR35 private sector rollout

Public sector IR35 legislation has had a negative impact for many. Would the same be true if extended to the private sector?

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The broken promises of corporate governance reform

When it comes to corporate governance reform, the government’s suggested changes have infuriated many

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Can robots be recruiters?

Automation, AI and algorithms have been steadily creeping in. But can they work for recruitment?

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The final whistle: Time for legal change?

Does Barclays' whistleblowing case finally spell the need for greater legal protections?

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BT and Openreach demerger: Leaving much to the imagination

BT Group has agreed to a legal separation of Openreach. So what are the HR implications?

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The state of the union: The future of IR

Are trade unions really representing modern workers or do they need to change with the times?

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Building the skills foundations for growth

With many infrastructure projects underway, are we headed for a post-Brexit construction skills crisis?

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How will prime minister May affect HR?

With Theresa May now in Number 10 we've asked HR and business experts to pinpoint her key policies

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The apprenticeship levy: what now?

With a year to go, and many claiming it is unfair and unworkable, the apprenticeship levy is dividing employers

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Does your business have a false sense of security?

Various big-name businesses have recently been targeted by hackers. But how (and why) does this keep happening?

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