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ACAS publishes “Menopause at work” guidance as World Menopause Day celebrates its tenth anniversary

The newly published ACAS guidance comes as a timely reminder of the impact the menopause can have on women's everyday lives and suggests a number of measures that employers can adopt to support staff.
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ACAS publishes “Menopause at work” guidance as World Menopause Day celebrates its tenth anniversary

Could taking action on climate change result in disciplinary action?

Last week, people all over the world took part in mass rallies as part of a global climate change strike. We consider the business impact, and the employees' right to strike.
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Could taking action on climate change result in disciplinary action?

International Workers’ Memorial Day – a good time to review health and safety policies

Sunday 28 April marks 2019's International Workers' Memorial Day (IWMD), where we remember workers who have lost their lives through their employment, and look to the future to ensure and commit to safety at work going forward.
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International Workers’ Memorial Day – a good time to review health and safety policies

Acas publishes guidance on workplace neurodiversity

Acas has published guidance to help employers learn about neurodiversity and to suggest changes that can be made in the workplace to better support neurodivergent staff.
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Acas publishes guidance on workplace neurodiversity

Office romances: is love in the air in your workplace this Valentine’s Day?

An employer faced with an office romance has a difficult balancing act to carry out between respecting the employees’ private lives and protecting its own business interests. So what steps can an employer take to help strike this balance?
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Office romances: is love in the air in your workplace this Valentine’s Day?