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  • Employers 'must be re-educated on workplace dress codes'In this article Marianne Calnan writes about recent controversy over dress codes at work. This follows the government's choice not to bring in new legislation despite recommendations from parliamentary committees that had called for stronger laws.
  • The Gig Economy: Whatever happened to the 9 to 5?In this article, Crawford Temple, Chief Executive of PRISM, writes about the rise of the gig economy, self-employment and atypical working. He identifies that lack of clarity, direction and transparency as the three of the major problems that relate to these increasingly common forms of work.
  • Workplace rights post Article 50, where do we go from here?In this article Nita Clarke, Director of the IPA, discusses the battle over the shape of Britain post-Brexit and the implication of this for workers' rights. Will Britain be an offshore, deregulated tax haven, or a country that responds to the concerns of those who feel left behind by improving their access to skills and their opportunities?
  • News In Brief April 2017All the latest news from the world of employee relations and industrial relations.
  • On Service Automation and The Future of WorkProfessor Leslie Willcocks poses and answers questions from an IPA seminar on 27th March on technology and the future of employment.