Building Professional Communities

Build a vibrant online community for your organisation.

Online Learning and Assessments

Reduce the classroom, travel and printing costs of traditional training and development methods and offer your audience the convenience of learning and taking assessments when, and where they want to.

Predicting Career Success

Take the guess work out of predicting how people and teams will perform today, and in the future, with tools to identify and develop competencies.

Smarter Recruitment

Old style recruitment practices generate too many unsuitable applicants, wasting time and money.

Staff Mobility

Keeping your best people advancing and developing within your organisation.

We deliver and manage systems for online learning, recruitment, assessments and talent management.

Talent Management

Harrison Assessments Talent Solutions (HATS) gives organisations a unique way to recruit, develop and retain the right staff – providing a joined up approach to talent management.

Membership Portals

A modern membership system for organisations to attract, engage and develop their professional community.

eLearning Solutions

Reduce the costs of classrooms, travel and printing of traditional methods and offer your students the convenience of learning and taking assessments online.

The 10 most important employment law cases in 2017

The last year has been a very significant one for employment case law. Stephen Simpson counts down the 10 most important judgments for employers in 2017. In 2017, the employment law headlines were dominated by case law on employment status in the gig economy, annual...

EU Court rules in favour of worker’s right to paid leave

(LUXEMBOURG) - The EU's top court ruled Wednesday that a worker is still entitled to accumulated paid leave even if an employer has not put him in a position to exercise his right to paid annual leave. In its judgement, the European Court of Justice ruled that EU law...

New statutory pay rates for maternity, paternity, shared parental leave, adoption and sickness

The Government has published the statutory rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay and sick pay from April 2018. The current weekly rate of statutory maternity pay is £140.98, or 90% of the employee’s average weekly earnings if this...

Taylor welcomes proposals in draft gig economy Bill

Matthew Taylor, author of the Taylor review of modern employment practices published this summer, has welcomed the draft Bill published by two parliamentary committees on Monday. Speaking in response to the draft Bill released by the Business, Energy and Industrial...

UK workforce sees biggest fall in two years

The number of people in work in the UK has seen its biggest fall in the past two years, but unemployment also fell. There were 32 million workers in the three months to September, down 14,000 from the last quarter, Office for National Statistics data shows. At the...

Deliveroo claims victory in self-employment case

Deliveroo riders have been ruled self-employed by labour law body the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC). The test case was brought against the delivery company by the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) . The IWGB said the ruling showed a majority of...

Does employee surveillance improve or impair performance?

Employee surveillance is becoming ever more pervasive in the workplace. New technologies make it easier to monitor employee performance and behaviour. Ian MacRae and Toni-Ann Murphy look at some of the potential problems. Surveillance has already gone far beyond just...

Pilot flexible working programmes for teachers announced

Justine Greening has announced new pilot programmes to look at ways of supporting and employing teachers flexibly, and enhancing coaching schemes for women working in education. The education secretary and minister for women and equalities announced the plans at a...

Male employees want flexible work too

By Mary-Ann Russon Business Reporter, BBC News Men in the UK would like to have more options for working flexibly, a report has found. In the past, pressure for the opportunity to work part-time or flexibly has usually come from women trying to juggle childcare and...

Jobs market lags behind demand for flexible working

Employees’ desire for flexible working far exceeds companies’ capacity to offer it, a report published today has found. According to the new study, from recruitment, analysis and consultancy firm Timewise, less than one in 10 jobs paying at least £20,000 full-time...

Firms are ‘wasting potential’ of a fifth of workers

UK businesses are failing to invest in their workforces and new technology, relying on cheap labour instead, according to a think tank report. As a result, the potential of the bottom 20% of the workforce is being "wasted", the Centre for Social Justice says. It is...

Jeremy Corbyn attacks bosses over ‘gig economy’

Jeremy Corbyn will accuse "unscrupulous bosses" of using technology to undermine workers' rights in a speech to trade union members. The Labour leader will tell the TUC conference that the rise of the so-called gig economy has harmed workers' mental health. He will...

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