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International Workplace shortlisted for Learning Technologies Award

International Workplace has been announced as a finalist at the Learning Technologies Awards 2017 for the latest version of its bestselling online health and safety course. The IOSH Managing Safely v.5.0 eLearning course has been shortlisted in t...


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UK outlines proposals for shared approach on data protection

The Government has set out its plans for arrangements that could ensure personal data would continue to move back and forth between the UK and the EU in the future in a safe, properly regulated way. In the latest of a series of papers looking at ...


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New corporate governance reforms to increase boardroom accountability

Business Secretary, Greg Clark, has set out how the Government’s package of corporate governance reforms will enhance the transparency of big business to shareholders, employees and the public. In the coming months, the Government will intr...


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Labour party announces plans to raise National Minimum Wage to £10ph

The Labour party has announced its plans to increase the National Minimum Wage to £10 per hour for all workers over the age of 18 by 2020. This would be a significant increase – the current NMW is £7.50 for over 25s and drops to...


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Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety: terms of reference published

The Government has published the terms of reference for the independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety that was commissioned following the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy. This Review will urgently assess the effectiveness of current ...


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Enforcement and dispute resolution: how it will be enforced after Brexit

The UK Department for Exiting the European Union has issued a paper which discusses how enforcement and dispute resolution procedures may be implemented after the UK leaves the EU. The paper, Enforcement and dispute resolution - a future partners...