Brexit

12 months of 2019: September

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

12 months of 2019: July

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

12 months of 2019: June

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

12 months of 2019: March

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

12 months of 2019: January

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

The HR guide to the general election

Employment law

As the UK heads to the polls in what is being touted as one of the most important elections in decades, HR magazine outlines the main parties' policies affecting the world of employment

Conservative manifesto: What HR needs to know

?With just two weeks to go until the UK heads to the polls, here's the latest employment and HR-related policies from the Conservatives

Political uncertainty hits wages

As the UK waits to hear if parliament will approve Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, research reveals that uncertainty has already taken its toll on salaries

Queen's Speech: Workers’ rights, pensions and immigration

Government announces commitment to the Good Work Plan, pensions dashboards framework and a new migration system, though it is unclear if any of the 26 bills will become law

Work visas for international graduates to be extended

The government has announced that international students will be able to stay in the UK two years after graduating to find a job, overturning former prime minster Theresa May's restrictive policies

Brexit concerns rose among EU nationals when Boris Johnson took office

HR must focus on supporting EU citizens working in the UK, as research shows fear over Brexit increased at the time of the new PM’s appointment

Asda workers to protest over contract changes

As retailers face pressure due to a hike in prices of goods and a weak pound, more employers could seek to change terms and conditions over the coming months