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Josephine Cumbo Mar 12
and negotiators are still in talks at on pension dispute. It has been a week since talks started. An update on progress is expected this evening.
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Acas Sep 11
Our Head of Workplace Policy Gill Dix will present the framework for positive
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PuNk and Stuff Sep 1
On this day in 1983 Mick Jones was sacked by the other three members of who claimed he'd 'drifted apart' from the original idea of the group.
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Sister Wendy Sep 16
first making the delivery drivers self employed so that they don't have employer obligations and then paying £30-50 a day. Outrageous!
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Acas Sep 4
's Head of Workplace Policy will be there 🙂
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Acas Sep 4
Join & on Wednesday 5th September: 14:00-14:45 - free : 'It pays to get it right'. Topics: NMW/NLW, Sick leave and pay, Maternity/Paternity leave and pay. To sign up visit:
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Paul Allen 4 Oct 17
Hr Director starting the mock mediation!
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Amanda Boyd Mar 26
Non-contractual payments in lieu of notice will soon be taxable (via Passle) by @LHS_elXtr
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Tyler Winkelman Mar 5
We also found large improvements in mental health and depression following the expansion: . Nicely compliments findings of Baicker and colleagues.
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Adam caliskan 13h
Replying to @nightczar
is a city of openness, tolerance, diversity>?????? think again check out my profile to see a British major supermarket "Waitrose" for and against disabled people.
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Lucy Torble Sep 24
What an amazing view I’ve had today! I’ve been in the city doing some Employment Law training. Its important for us to keep our knowledge current so that we can provide you with the very best advice and support.
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RWK Employment Jul 19
Replying to @solicitorchat
(2/2) if things cannot be resolved, or they want to take action, a can support an individual through a number of ways-help with a grievance, SAR, "WP letter" or even look to involve and ultimately an Employment Tribunal. A solicitor can add value
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Helen Purcell May 11
Solidarity greetings to members at who are striking today to protect jobs and services. Shame on the ACAS executive for letting matters get this far!
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Valerie Anderson Dec 1
Off to a great start Intro to applied research about
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Birch HR Sep 16
We are seeing an increase in conciliation and happy to say we have speedily reached an outcome on behalf of our clients.
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EngagingWorks Jan 20
What is well-being at work? How can you improve your workplace well-being? Find out by reading this great piece that answers all those questions for you:
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Dawn Robertson Oct 26
guide on dealing with legal highs in the workplace
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Simon Parker (Official) Mar 12
colleagues waking up to discover the terms of the "deal" this morning.
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Bhayani HR & Employment Law Aug 14
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Nicki Mawby (HR) Jun 12
Although the Great British Summer often doesn't result in hot temperatures there will be times when the sun does come out and workers find themselves working in hot conditions. In the UK there is no maximum temperature that a workplace is allowed to be!
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