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A sixth form college deducted too much money from the pay of three teachers in response to lawful strike action, the UK's highest court has ruled. 25 May 2017
UK workers are confident that their employers will be able to adapt to any economic downturn when the country leaves the European Union, according to a new survey. 11 May 2017
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A group of 273 GMB trade union members employed by Lidl at its Bridgend warehouse was an appropriate 'bargaining unit', eligible for compulsory trade union recognition, despite only accounting for 1.2% of the company's UK workforce, the Court of Appeal has... 09 May 2017
German law on who can elect members of a company's supervisory board does not break EU rules on freedom of movement or discrimination on the grounds of nationality, advocate general Saugmandsgaard Øe has said in an opinion. 08 May 2017
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