The gig economy: Time to rethink labour laws? Human Capital and Resourcing
Spain has taken the global lead in legislating that delivery riders are employees of the platforms they work with, not independent contractors. But the debate over the status of gig economy workers is far from over.
Working well and the mental health impact of COVID-19 Conversations
For companies returning to ‘normal’ operations, helping bereaved and traumatised employees readjust becomes the next great challenge presented by the pandemic.
COVID-19 vaccine: Can employees be forced to take them? Conversations
Businesses hope a COVID-19 vaccine will fast-track a return to normal but legal questions remain over insisting employees are immunized.
England joins rest of UK in national lockdown — but uncertainty continues Human Capital and Resourcing
Confirmation that England will join Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in a second national lockdown
The never normal: Continuous change and reimagining work Conversations
The more things change, the less the word change has meaning. Mindsets must be geared to evolution, writes Donal Laverty.
Crisis shows value of putting the human back into HR Human Capital and Resourcing
In the GFC, boards turned to the CFO to help navigate turbulent times. During Covid-19, though, it’s the HR team in the spotlight.
Rethinking how and where staff work Digital
COVID-19 is making many companies change the way they work, but for companies with employees working cross-border, these changes may have implications in relation to tax and social security obligations.
Baker Tilly strengthens HR consultancy expertise in Africa Human Capital and Resourcing
Baker Tilly Zimbabwe continues to build its local network with addition of HR consulting firm, LoriMak Africa.
Leading from afar: Lessons of COVID-19 and the future of work Conversations
The lessons learned from working remotely — and the positive spin-offs of lockdowns — should not be lost.
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