The Employment Source June 2017

This month’s issue, like our upcoming HR Forums, focuses on employee status and the different types of contract in common practice today.

This month’s edition of The Employment Source nods towards our next set of HR Forums which focus on employee status and the different types of contract in common practice today. Key topics to be addressed include evolving agile workforces, finance and tax, employing non-UK nationals leading up to Brexit and ensuring equality across the workforce. Click here to book your space (be quick, places are filling up fast!)

Our new style ‘Employment Source’ is designed to update, inform and inspire. That's why we bring you an insight into the life and career of Carol Smith, Head of HR at the award winning company Buyagift. Carol gives an insight into what she thinks is best HR practiceWe also provide you with an announcement on the GPGR for you to keep in your HR Handbook.

We give you something from our colleagues, for yours; this month it is Partner and Head of Marketing & Business Development Julie Gingell who shares her top 5 tips on creating a positive social media culture in the workplace.

We hope you enjoy your new style Employment Source and hope to see you at one of our HR Forums soon (new dates are below). As always, feel free to share this with friends and colleagues too.

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