April 2018

April 2018

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This month with the first gender pay gap reports having been published, we’ve featured in numerous publications including The Sun, which has a daily readership of over 4.3 million. Other stories getting attention this month include the Barclays tribunal outcome, finding peace in the workplace and how employers can support employees with mental health concerns following the death of DJ Avicii.

Here’s the round up …

HOW TO ASK YOUR BOSS FOR A PAY RISE AND HOW TO FIND OUT WHAT THE GENDER PAY GAP IS AT YOUR COMPANY

On April 4, 2018, companies had to submit a report on just how big the difference in pay is between men and women. And it means there has never been a better time for workers to ask for a pay rise.

DAILY UNIQUE BROWSERS 2.3 M

DAILY READERSHIP 4.3 M

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TRADING DIRECTOR ‘ SCAPEGOATED ’ BY BARCLAYS WAS UNFAIRLY DISMISSED , TRIBUNAL RULES

A Barclays Bank trading managing director who claimed he was ‘scapegoated’ by gross misconduct allegations after a regulatory probe was substantively and procedurally unfairly dismissed, the East London Tribunal has ruled.

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FINDING PEACE AMONG EMPLOYEES IS PARAMOUNT TO RUN A SUCCESSFUL FRANCHISE

Conflicts between employees can seriously damage your franchise. Fortunately there are ways to peacefully resolve these issues and even strengthen your company. No matter how much effort you’ve put into making your franchise a warm and welcoming workplace, the sad reality is that some employees will inescapably be at odds with each other.

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WHAT THE FIRST GENDER PAY GAP REPORTS REVEAL

The deadline for the first gender pay gap reports has now passed, with the alleged difference in median hourly wages being 18.4 per cent.

UNIQUE BROWSERS 191 K

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GOOD NEWS ! THE ROBOT SAYS YOU ' RE HIRED

Don't expect a grilling from R2D2, but your next interview might involve artificial intelligence.

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WORLD CHAMPION ' S VIOLENT OUTBURST POSES SERIOUS HR PROBLEM

Millions consider him a legend but for HR he might be a headache... If you’re not a sports fan you might not know the name Conor McGregor. Yet, the blustering Irishman is a hero to millions of fans worldwide for his exploits in both the UFC and boxing rings. However, he may have landed himself in hot water after footage emerged of the UFC-employed fighter throwing a railing at a rival’s bus after turning up to a UFC event uninvited.

MONTHLY WEB HITS 300 K

TWITTER FOLLOWERS 10 K

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DJ ’ S DEATH SPINS SPOTLIGHT BACK ON MENTAL HEALTH

Last week’s death of superstar DJ Avicii has once again spun the spotlight back to mental health in the workplace. The 28 year old DJ had spoken about openly his health, including his struggles with anxiety and use of alcohol to help him cope with the pressures of being in the public eye. He was hospitalised for acute pancreatitis, reportedly caused by heavy drinking, and in 2016 announced his retirement from the music industry due to health reasons.

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50 % OF FEMALE WORKERS HAVE EXPERIENCED HARASSMENT AT WORK

There have been calls for a more proactive approach from employers towards harassment and discrimination prevention following a report from the Fawcett Society. The year-long review was set up following the decision to leave the EU to respond to the risk that rights in the area of sex discrimination law could be adversely affected.

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