Agency Workers Regulations: Key points


Agency Workers Regulations: Key points

Agency Workers Regulations: Key points

27th September 2011Bond Williams

The second part of our seminar last week covered the new Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) in order to help companies prepare for the changes which come into effect on 1st… Read more »

Frettens Update: Employment Law Q & A — Notice to terminate employment

Q  What are the legal obligations upon both the employer and employee in terms of the giving of notice to terminate the employment relationship? A There are two types of… Read more »

29th September 2011Bond Williams

Recruitment – an extension of your brand

Yesterday we held our HR seminar ‘Recruitment — an extension of your brand’. It was a great morning which covered the importance of branding. Branding should run through the whole… Read more »

23rd September 2011Bond Williams

Employers commonly put off by CV errors

New research has highlighted that two thirds of employers are put off from recruiting applicants because of basic errors in grammar on their CVs. The research shows the most common… Read more »

19th September 2011Bond Williams

The economy and unemployment: so what is the government doing about it?

With the pressure of public sector unions to strike over pensions and the worst youth unemployment for decade fuelling a lost generation, what is the government doing to combat the… Read more »

16th September 2011Bond Williams

Employers holding back from making significant changes due to Agency Workers Regulations

Recent figures show that 42% of employers are not planning significant changes, in comparison to 46% in July, due to Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) which come into force next month…. Read more »

5th September 2011Bond Williams

Temporary work is a stable option

The latest Report for Jobs, from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), shows that there is a healthy demand for temporary and contract employees. This is particularly the case in… Read more »

8th September 2011Bond Williams

National Minimum Wage to rise on 1st October

The National Minimum Wage is due to rise at the beginning of next month, causing mixed reactions about the implementation of the rise and the rates put forward by the… Read more »

13th September 2011Bond Williams

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