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30 Sep 2011
Temporary agency workers will be entitled to the same employment and working conditions as those given to staff when the UK's new Agency Workers Regulations come into force tomorrow.
Directors of an organisation can be guilty of breaching discrimination laws when carrying out acts on behalf of that organisation, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has said.
26 Sep 2011
A worker who was sacked after criticising her workplace on Facebook was unfairly dismissed, an Employment Tribunal has ruled.
16 Sep 2011
The Government has published a framework to help companies to create and publish reports about gender equality in companies.
14 Sep 2011
Immigration by workers from outside the European Economic Area should be restricted to a smaller number of occupations, a Home Office committee has said.
12 Sep 2011
A US company has been told to re-hire staff members it sacked for bullying and harassment on Facebook.
06 Sep 2011
New laws which will give temporary workers the same rights as permanent members of staff are too harsh and could be moderated, a newspaper has claimed.
Employment relations body Acas has published a guide to social media use in the workplace it claims will save businesses "billions".
05 Sep 2011
Tens of thousands of women who claim they are being paid less than men doing comparable jobs could benefit when the Supreme Court examines a test case next month.
01 Sep 2011
Employers will have to be more careful about how they pay their employees for motoring expenses after a tax tribunal ruling (9-page / 63KB PDF) that lump-sum allowances could be subject to national insurance contributions (NICs).