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Significant changes to the TUPE framework are being made in January 2014, which will affect employers.

Register for this webinar today where Darren Newman, employment lawyer and XpertHR contributing author, sets out the state of play in respect of TUPE and looks at the changes to the Regulations, including:

•Amendments to the effect of collective agreements post transfer.
•Inclusion of “a change in location” in the definition of an “economic, technical or organisational reason entailing changes in the workforce”.
•New rules allowing employers to use pre-transfer consultation with transferring employees.
•Extension of the time period for the transferor to provide employee liability information to the transferee.
•Micro businesses now being able to inform and consult directly with affected employees in certain cases.
•Amendment of the definition of a service provision change.

Register here: http://bit.ly/1aDq3TQ

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Learn about changes to California employment law in 2014. Sign up for FREE webinar on January 23rd at 2 p.m. ET. During the California legislature's 2013 session, the legislators introduced more than 2,700 measures and passed 800 bills that the Governor signed – and many of these change how employers are required to work with their employees. Register for this free webinar and learn how California's new 2014 employment laws have changed an employer's obligations with respect to leaves of absence, minimum wage, immigration status, recovery periods, a new protected category (i.e., military and veteran status), sexual harassment and more!

Register now and do not miss this informative webinar presented by Chris Cobey, Matt Ruggles and Marina Gruber of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest labor and employment law firm in the world exclusively representing management, to get a comprehensive understanding of how California's most significant new employment laws, and how these laws will impact HR. This will include the steps HR professionals should take to comply, such as updating or changing employer handbooks, policies and practices, and what you can expect in the future. Stay up to date, and stay out of court!
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Graduate starting salaries have been frozen for a fifth consecutive year, latest XpertHR research finds.

XpertHR’s HR data round-up for December 2013 looks at latest XpertHR Benchmarking research on the UK graduate labour market, including latest data on graduate recruitment and graduate starting salaries. We also provide links to all the latest additions to XpertHR Benchmarking and present our regular round-up of the best HR data blog posts.

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The #hrdata tapes are rolling again! I've just published the latest instalment of the HR data tapes – my quarterly round-up of the very best HR data posts. This latest HR data tapes selection draws from the HR data posts highlighted in my monthly XpertHR HR data round-up posts for July, August and September 2013.

This month's selection includes posts from the following great bloggers:@akabruno @bethzoller1 @chinagorman @d_blanchflower @gmggranger @johnhollon @karenwhatever @kkruse @michaelscutt @mortenkamp @nhse_dean @noeloreilly @sukhpabial @walthickey @workfoundation.

I'm always on the look out for more great posts on HR data matters - please share your recommendations!

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XpertHR podcast: Implications for HR of US Supreme Court’s groundbreaking gay marriage rulings 
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