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Government ‘shielding dangerous employers from legal action’ as workers face bar on workplace injury claims

Union Unite is accusing the government of using a bill to shield employers who play ‘fast and loose’ with the safety of workers from having to pay compensation to those they injure. The proposals are covered by the Civil Liability Bil...


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Are you the next RICS FM case study?

Over the past few years, International Workplace has worked with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to create five series of strategic FM case studies, focusing on the great work that the FM sector does. The next of these hugely success...


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International Workplace shortlisted for Learning Technologies Award

International Workplace has been announced as a finalist at the Learning Technologies Awards 2018 in the category ‘Best international learning platform implementation’. The shortlisting is a result of a nine-month collaboration betwee...


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Data deficit hampering progression of ethnic minority and disabled staff at work

Ethnic minority and disabled people’s careers are at risk because employers are failing to collect meaningful data on representation in the workforce, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has warned. The national equality body is callin...


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Pensions Regulator using its powers to improve protection for pension holders

Fraudsters, poorly performing trustees, and rogue employers are being tackled through the use of a wider range of powers by The Pensions Regulator (TPR). Its latest quarterly compliance and enforcement bulletin highlights how TPR is using its pow...


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Monitoring employees – what is a step too far?

Six in ten working people fear that greater workplace surveillance through technology will fuel distrust (65%) and discrimination (66%), according to research for I’ll Be Watching You, a new report published by the TUC. The study reveals th...