Driverless Car or Lax Driver?

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Unsafe Drivers and Cars The report on a fatal crash in March 2018, in the USA, involving a vehicle with an automated driving system has now been published. The likely causes appear to be a combination of inattention by the backup driver, inappropriate actions of the automatic driving system and inadequate safety policies of the […]

TUPE – Hidden Liabilities

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[ Editior’s Note: A few typing corrections were made on 15/01/2019] One drop of water can cause wide ripples. Similarly, a transfer of staff under the Transfer of Undertakings Regulations can produce hidden liabilities for the new employer. Managers involved in such a transfer (TUPE as it is known) should be familiar with the need […]

Distracting but Necessary Compliance Issues to Address

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In this quarter, senior managers will have to grapple with a flurry of issues that do not further the organisation’s goals but which need to be addressed to avoid potential adverse publicity and other consequences. Peripheral Issues to be Addressed The following matters will need to be considered in the coming months as the implementation […]

How Effective are your Data Protection Arrangements?

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HR Management Dimensions blogIf you have not reviewed the arrangements you have in place for data protection, you may find the following article of interest.  Although focused on schools, most of the points apply to any organisation.   Read the article Protecting Data and Confidentiality. (sorry the link needs to be revised) Please note that the […]