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Symposium Events – Autumn 2020 Update

The continued COVID-19 outbreak is still providing a lot of challenges, but we are excited for the future and everything ...
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Covid-19 Policy Update – April 2020

As you would expect with the UK in lock down, our live events are now postponed.  We are working on ...
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Covid-19 Statement – 13 March 2020

We felt that it would be helpful to our clients to send out some information regarding our response to the ...
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Latest Blog Posts

Exclusive video interview with Debra Corey, chief ‘pay it forward’ officer, speaker, author and ‘rebel’

At the 2019 Symposium Events’ Recruitment and Retention Conference, event partner HRreview spoke to Debra Corey, co-author of Build It: ...
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Remote and flexible working can lead to burnout and promote an ‘always on’ culture

Flexible or remote working can lead to ‘burnout’ and an ‘always-on’ culture, despite employees calling for it as they believe ...
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Two-fifths of UK employees at ‘breaking point’ due to stress levels

Two-fifths of UK employees have said they are close to “breaking point” at work due to rising stress levels. This is ...
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Mental wellbeing needs more support offered in the workplace say managers

This is according to Opinium’s Workplace Mental Wellbeing report, which was conducted in partnership with the University of Warwick. Opinium is a ...
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Sajid Javid should scrap IR35 says IPSE

Mr Javid back in 2009 writing for ConservativeHome, a centre-right political blog, said: We should repeal the silly IR35 tax ...
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Pregnant women returning to work could receive two years protection against redundancy

Kelly Tolhurst, business minister made this announcement following her recent plans to reform legislation surrounding non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). The reform ...
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