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UNISON's case against the government's introduction of employment tribunal fees could be heading for the UK's highest court after the Court of Appeal rejected the union's legal challenge to the policy. 28 Aug 2015
Singapore's Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has identified 38 companies requiring "greater scrutiny" over failure to hire and develop local Singaporean workers. 17 Aug 2015
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Local authorities and directly-elected mayors in England and Wales could be given the power to create shopping 'zones' in which large shops could stay open longer on Sundays as part of devolution settlements, the government has announced. 07 Aug 2015
The United Arab Emirates recently implemented a law criminalising all forms of discrimination on the basis of religion, creed, doctrine, race, colour or ethnic origin this month, according to a report by Gulf News published on the UAE government site. ... 30 Jul 2015
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Everyone has an age and since October 2006, all employees have been able to take legal action against their employer if they believe they have been discriminated against on age grounds. The impact of age laws is likely to be very significant and it is essential for employers to gear themselves up for the challenges the new laws will bring.
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