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A postcard from... Vietnam

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

Can HR answer the Irish border question?

Northern Ireland has found itself the focal point of Brexit negotiations, but for those that work there a resolution can’t come soon enough

Employers should be cautious following Morrisons data ruling

Legal experts have warned that employers should be cautious following the Morrisons data breach verdict?

Raising the status of the European PA

The latest Brexit developments have revealed a hole in support staff recruitment, with demand for multi-lingual staff outweighing supply

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Is this the end of free movement?

What the new Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report and its recommendations might mean for businesses

Brexit migration report: HR community reacts

A report that suggests EU workers coming to the UK should be given no preference for visas after Brexit has recieved a mixed response

A postcard from... Iceland

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

Case study: Off-peak staff swapping at Grace Hotels

The hotel group’s Strategic Labour Partnership with other luxury brands provides employees with a sea of opportunities

Employment and immigration rules after a no-deal Brexit

There is little clarity around what the employment landscape for foreign talent will look like if a deal isn't reached

Employment rights a Brexit priority for finance professionals

As the government publishes 'no-deal Brexit' advice for firms, research shows senior professionals are more concerned with employment rights than economic matters

Police vow to "root out" sexual harassment among staff

Research reveals staff face high levels of incidents such as leering, sexual gestures and inappropriate touching

A postcard from... Israel

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

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