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31 Jan 2012
Government plans to charge fees for bringing an employment tribunal claim could make employers less enthusiastic about tackling workplace grievances when they first arise, a high-ranking officer with Acas has said.
24 Jan 2012
Allowing shareholders a binding vote on executive salaries and the right to 'claw back' bonuses where these are later proved unjustifiable are among initiatives the Government has announced in a bid to stop top pay rising at five times the rate of that...
13 Jan 2012
A multi-million pound settlement to be paid to hundreds of female Edinburgh City Council workers is further evidence that courts are becoming "less sympathetic" to employers who try to evade equal pay claims through the use of complex legal arguments,...
10 Jan 2012
Nearly one third of businesses which take on temporary staff and contractors are expected to end contracts early to avoid new laws giving those workers the same employment and working conditions as permanent staff, according to a poll of recruitment companies....