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Labour’s plan to force businesses to hand equity to their staff has divided opinion. What would the policy mean for UK businesses?

The shadow chancellor John McDonnell has revealed details of Labour's employee ownership policy which would see every company with more than 250 staff set up an "inclusive ownership fund" (IOF). Under the proposal, an IOF would own up to 10 per cent of the company's equity on its workers' behalf.
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Labour’s plan to force businesses to hand equity to their staff has divided opinion. What would the policy mean for UK businesses?

CIPD reports that a reduced amount of EU to UK migration has caused a skills shortage in the UK

According to CIPD's latest quarterly labour market snapshot, a slump in the number of EU citizens migrating to the UK has exacerbated skills shortages in the UK.
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CIPD reports that a reduced amount of EU to UK migration has caused a skills shortage in the UK

GDPR – are your interests legitimate?

Under the GDPR the requirements for consent will be much stricter, particularly in the employment context, where it is generally accepted that the imbalance of power between the employer and employee is likely to invalidate any consent given by the employee. In this context, employers may turn increasingly to "legitimate interests" as the lawful basis for processing their employees' personal data.
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GDPR – are your interests legitimate?

The Apprenticeship Levy, has it worked?

The Apprenticeship Levy has now been in force for a year. The government's aim in introducing the Levy was to reverse the decline in the use of apprenticeships by ring fencing funds which would be set aside in order to tackle skills shortages. One year on, has it worked?
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The Apprenticeship Levy, has it worked?