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Businesses still unable to prepare fully for a no deal Brexit

New research from the British Chambers of Commerce shows a concerningly high number of UK firms aren’t ready for a no deal Brexit. Business has consistently called on government to avoid a messy and disorderly exit but in light of the politi...


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HSE issues new guidance on no-deal Brexit

It's hard to avoid talk of Brexit, but with planning for a no-deal increasingly on the agenda, the UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has updated the guidance on its website. The agency is at pains to emphasise that the duties of individuals and...


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New: Coventry dates for NEBOSH Fire Certificate course

Are you looking for an accredited fire safety course in the Midlands? To meet demand from clients, International Workplace is looking to run a NEBOSH National Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate course at Coventry University in November....


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TUC calls for ban on class discrimination

The TUC has called for new legal measures to tackle class discrimination in the workplace. It comes as a new TUC report reveals that graduates from wealthier backgrounds are more than twice as likely to be on a £30,000 startin...


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SMEs must “prepare for all scenarios” to maintain data flows when UK leaves the EU

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has urged businesses to “prepare for all scenarios” as it publishes dedicated guidance to help small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) prepare for the possibility that the UK leaves t...


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Labour proposes creation of ‘Ministry of Employment Rights’

Speaking at the TUC Congress in Brighton, Jeremy Corbyn announced that a future Labour government would create a ministry of employment rights and a workers’ protection agency, bringing about the “biggest extension of rights for worker...