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Spotlight on European institutions as Belgium introduces law to combat ‘burnout’

A new law that came into force this month requires all enterprises operating in Belgium, including Brussels-based institutions such as the European Commission (EC), to take preventive action against ‘burnout’ related to stress in the workplace.  17 Sep 2014

Spending cuts threaten City of London Police's ability to investigate white collar crime, says expert

The number of investigations into financial crime initiated by the City of London Police increased by 5%, to 544, last year, but is still well below the 792 investigations begun in 2011/12, according to figures obtained by Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind... 15 Sep 2014

Health and safety watchdog's 'fee for intervention' scheme has been effective, according to new report

A controversial scheme through which the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) can claim back the cost of inspections and enforcement action from businesses it finds to be in "material breach" of the law has been effective, according to a new report. 09 Sep 2014

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