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OPINION: With amendments to toughen up trade union legislation waiting in the wings, rushing through yet more changes in response to recent rail strikes would likely only further polarise relations between employers and unions. 17 Jan 2017
FOCUS: With Christmas party season in full swing, a recent High Court decision provides very useful and timely guidance on where the line should be drawn between what happens in the workplace and what happens outside. 12 Dec 2016
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Further details of the 'important public services' workers that will be subject to tougher turnout requirements before they can lawfully vote for industrial action have been provided by the government. 09 Dec 2016
Employment tribunal judges may now make provisional assessments of the relative merits of a dispute submitted to the tribunal, with a view to encouraging early settlement of cases. 11 Oct 2016
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