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By Martin Warren
The statistics are well documented. Thefts by staff cost UK businesses 100's of millions of pounds. But employers, it seems, are increasingly galvanised in efforts to reduce the alarming statistics.
By Martin Warren
Around one hundred and thirty seven employers have been prosecuted to date; ten times the number caught last year. The UK Border Agency has handed out fines of approximately £500,000!
By Martin Warren
With the Employment Bill approaching the end of its journey through the UK Parliament, Eversheds international law firm believes it will have a significant impact on dispute resolution within the employment relationship.
By Martin Warren
Whistleblowing has received media attention over the past month. The Chancellor has proposed to increase the Financial Services Authority's powers to offer protection to whistleblowers to try to prevent market manipulation.
By Stefan Corbanie
At a recent meeting of the EU Employment and Social Affairs Council, agreement was finally reached after many years in relation to the working time opt-out and definitions of on-call time, as well as new proposals to extend employment protection to temporary agency workers.
By Martin Warren
In the current economic climate, controversy continues to surround the payment of bonuses particularly where the general consensus may be that an organisation has not performed as anticipated.
By Martin Warren
The charity Age Concern has argued that UK age discrimination legislation contravenes European law by allowing employers to retire employees against their wishes.