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Senior Executives And The Ongoing Battle For Equal Pay
The former Chief HR Officer of the Co-op Bank is currently in a two week employment tribunal hearing arguing that she lost her role after raising concerns regarding pay inequality between herself...
UK
29 Aug 2018
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UK Employers: Money Matters, Conduct Issues And Contracts - Time To Take Stock?
The start of the year is a good time for employers to take a look at their documents, practices and people and to consider what steps would enhance the success of the business.
UK
9 Mar 2018
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A Consultation On Flexible Parental Leave
The Government published its response to the Consultation on Flexible Parental Leave earlier this month.
UK
26 Dec 2012
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Changes In Sight For The Labor Law English: Good News For Employers?
The Government announced the increase of length of the minimum service required to sue for unfair dismissal and the introduction of a tax for labor courts.
UK
23 Oct 2011
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New Jobs For Old
In Morgan v The Welsh Rugby Union, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘EAT’) made an important distinction between the established, objective process employers should adopt when selecting employees for redundancy, and the less stringent procedure they are permitted to follow when considering potentially redundant employees for a genuinely new role.
UK
9 Jun 2011
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Employment Newsletter - May 2011
Recently we have been awash with reports on boardroom gender diversity. Last year, McKinsey published their report "Women Matter", in which they concluded that companies with the highest share of women on their executive committees outperform companies with no women, both in terms of return on equity and operating results.
UK
8 Jun 2011
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Employment Newslettter - May 2010
Having survived a series of arcane Parliamentary processes (such as ‘wash-up’ and ‘ping-pong’), the much heralded statute aimed at consolidating and rationalising discrimination law received Royal Assent on 8 April 2010.
UK
22 Jun 2010
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Equality Act Reaches The Statute Book
Having survived a series of arcane Parliamentary processes (such as ‘wash-up' and ‘ping-pong'), the much heralded statute aimed at consolidating and rationalising discrimination law received Royal Assent on 8 April 2010.
UK
8 Jun 2010
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