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Employer's handbook 2017-18

The Employer's Handbook gives guidance for all small- to medium-sized employers in the UK, clearly identifying the legal essentials and best-practice guidelines for effective people management.

Reward management

Understanding and implementing effective reward strategies in your organization.

Employee share schemes

Accounting treatment, tax relief and reporting obligations for employee share schemes.

Auto-enrolment

A guide to the new auto-enrolment legislation aimed at company secretaries and employers.

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Industry press

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Closing the diversity gap

A comprehensive study finds that greater equity and inclusion are needed to close a diversity gap within the US accounting profession, particularly at leadership levels.

Making flexible working work

Article discusses the fact that the workforce is unlikely to return to 5 days a week in the office after the Covid-19 pandemic is over and the many challenges this will bring to employers and Human Resources departments.

Data bias and diversity and inclusion

The article examines the possible effects of data bias in analytical models on the implementation by organizations and businesses of their diversity and inclusion programs. Also cited are the key role played by finance, accounting and corporate professionals in preventing the use of data bias in decision making, the data life cycle process, and ways to minimize data error or bias.

Diversity beyond the business case

Article looks at the business case argument for diversity in the workplace but how there is no evidence that increased diversity makes a company more profitable. The learning and effectiveness paradigm is highlighted as a better model.

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