Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments 8/4/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 8 April 2016
Highlights this week: It's been a fairly quiet fortnight in employment terms, partly due to the lack of government action that can be taken on that front and partly due to it having been the Easter period. However, Mason Hayes Curran has an interesting article on equal pay gap reporting and mindfulness colouring books are all the rage in UK workplaces.
Indeed, there is no shortage of UK news for those customers with employees based there, including a new National Living Wage for employees over 24 years of age, new pension rules and new guidance on dealing with sex discrimination in the workplace.
And it's not just colouring books that can boost productivity. Dogs in workplaces apparently
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