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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
"Substantial changes" to the current employment tribunal fee regime are required if an appropriate balance is to be struck between meeting some of the costs of operation and maintaining access to justice, according to an influential committee of MPs. 22 Jun 2016
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This guide was written in January 2010. It is based on UK law. Normally, a bit of snow is great fun. But adverse weather can give employers concerns about employee absence levels. This guide explai...
FOCUS: Professionals in health and safety and those in HR can typically work in isolation - and, on occasion, at odds with each other. But better cooperation between these professions makes good business sense. 20 May 2016
The biggest reform of UK rules governing trade unions and industrial action since the 1990s has now passed into law, but the final version of the legislation is "much diluted" from that which was originally drafted, according to employment law experts at Pinsent... 06 May 2016
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