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The Meetings Industry Association reacts to Boris Johnson’s resignation

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The Meetings Industry Association has reacted to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resignation. Kerrin MacPhie, Chief Executive of the mia, said: “We feel that Boris Johnson’s resignation potentially provides an opportunity for the business meetings and events sector as it really feels like wholesale change is in the air. “Despite the distractions of the inevitable […]

Election Special: How to manage political tensions in the workplace

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A new YouGov survey found that a quarter of people have had a row with someone over the forthcoming general election, and 48% have had a row over Brexit. Politics can cause issues in the workplace with people of opposing political views starting conversations that can escalate into arguments or even harassment.  XpertHR highlights five employment […]

General Election 2019: What do employers need to know?

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By Paul Holcroft, Associate Director at HR consultancy, Croner 2019 is shaping up to be another eventful year in the world of politics, with the country heading to the polls on 12th December. The reaction to this announcement has already made political discussions in the workplace near inescapable. While it is natural for employees to discuss […]