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    Welcome to Briefings. Here you can find briefings written by Workplace Law consultants and industry experts pertaining to the area of human resources.

    Briefings provide in-depth research into specific subjects and major topics such as absence management, Employment Tribunals and TUPE to help you gain a better understanding of the main issues.

    You can search through the Briefings by title, date or key word by using the simple A-Z finder below. Each Briefing is fully downloadable as a PDF file.

    We are continually updating this section to cover all major topics of most use to you in your workplace; however, if there is anything not currently covered then please get in touch with your suggestions.

    Latest Briefings

    Recruitment Agencies: How well do they screen our staff (re-visited)?
    16 Jul 2013 12:28PM

    Workplace Law magazine published a survey of staff recruitment agencies in 2010, which revealed a worrying lack of compliance, understanding of legal requirements and adequate screening of agency s...

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    PF2: Plus ça change ...a new approach to public private partnerships? A consideration of HM Treasury’s “Standardisation of PF2 Guidance”
    26 Apr 2013 2:27PM

    The Private Finance Initiative (PFI) has always been subject to criticism, but is now something of a pariah. Once New Labour’s preferred procurement technique for capital infrastructure, PFI ...

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    The changing dynamics of the workplace: The impact of each of the different generations
    16 Nov 2012 10:39AM

    The make-up of today’s modern workforce is undergoing significant change as organisations face the challenge of accommodating the different needs and aspirations of four different generations...

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    What can employers do when confidential information is under threat?
    29 Oct 2012 10:20AM

    A recent report by DLA Piper, Protecting confidential information: Trends and tactics for today’s employer revealed that 60% of employers either allow or require employees to use their person...

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