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IOSH Conference tackles global issues in occupational safety and health

The 2017 IOSH Conference and Exhibition takes place at the NEC in Birmingham next week, with the theme of ‘transforming health and safety across the world’. The main focus of the conference will be on: Globalisation and OSH in diff...


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Living Wage week a big success

Last week saw events taking place around the country in support of Living Wage Week, to coincide with the new increased rates that apply throughout the UK. From 6 November, the London Living Wage is £10.20 per hour, which covers workers in ...


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International Workplace announced as finalist at i-FM technology in FM awards

International Workplace is thrilled to have been shortlisted for 2018’s i-FM Technology in FM Awards, for its design, development and implementation of a new set of technologies to transform learning in the FM sector. The annual i-FM Techno...


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SCORM is dead! Long live SCORM!

It’s been a great couple of months for the Development team at International Workplace. At the end of September, we discovered we’d been shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Awards 2017, for the development of our new IOSH Managin...


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Why learning intervention is not always the answer

We reported in April this year that International Workplace had become a signatory to the Serious eLearning Manifesto, a list of 22 principles designed to underpin best practice in digital training. I won’t repeat all 22 principle...


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Weinstein case highlights HR’s duty to all employees, not just those in power

Over the last few weeks, it has been near impossible to avoid hearing stories in the news from the dozens of actresses who have come forward to raise their allegations against Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein. Whilst the accusations and the pe...