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Darren Newman Sep 18
Just done a search on Acas Code of Practice and the top (paid link) is a Croner intermediary offering 'Free Acas Employment Law Advice' Wonder if is OK with this?
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Marsha Thompson Sep 20
En route to the Summer Party. 🎉. Hoping the rain stays away 🤞🏾🤞🏾
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Richard Dunstan Sep 14
Up, up and away! A chart for peeps. Because you're worth it. Latest quarterly ET statistics. You're welcome.
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Dave Sep 17
Is BBC v Roden still the most up to date decision on Rule 50? I don’t have an up to date copy of Tolley’s or remote access to an online database.
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Karen Jackson Sep 18
Rampantly busy is how I can best describe my day. Three new clients signed up in one day. Employers REALLY need to sharpen up around how they treat people with disabilities!!
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The Lawdown 15h
Labour say that they will put workers on boards with plans to make businesses give one third of seats on boards to workers
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Croner Taxwise Sep 21
46% of employees feel pressured to show they work from home according to a LogMeIn study, what is your approach to staff taking work home? Give our Advisory Team a call for help 0844 892 2807
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Simon Robinson Sep 16
Instant gender pay gap for young workers as women choose lower-wage apprenticeships than men
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Marsha Thompson Sep 18
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Robinson Ralph Ltd Sep 17
We are delighted to announce that our website is now live. A big thanks to who have done a great job. Anyway, click here to have a look . It's got links to our Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn pages. Please follow us!
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Joe Nicholls 6h
Brexit, uncertainty, redundancies. Could these words be synonymous with headlines over the next 12 months?
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easy HR Solutions Sep 21
Employment Tribunal claims up by 165% since abolition of ET fees
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Alan Price Sep 19
Think tank suggests future UK-US trade deal could include freedom of movement for workers
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Joe Nicholls Sep 17
"We have an ambition to remove the standard 37-hour, 9am to 5pm contract altogether over the coming years and we go to every effort to make our flexible and part-timers' experience feel inclusive and progressive," Assad Malic, Dixons Carphone
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Simon Robinson 14h
“Introducing a universal formal office dress code would do more for workplace inclusivity than you think”
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Luchta 7h
has 42 days to appeal an decision, which sounds a lot, but its of no use when the evidence showing mislead the court only comes to light a year later:- !!
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Simon Robinson 19h
Minimum wage: Workers underpaid by record £15.6m
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Simon Robinson 18h
Girl Guide leaders expelled for questioning trans policy
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Castle Associates Sep 21
RT 'Politicians can stop scoffing about ‘project fear’. In this country, women are already living it.' on the news that women now back remaining in the EU by a 12 point margin. For .  …
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Ben Chaplin Sep 21
Hundreds of Uber Eats couriers take strike action over pay, showing further instability within the ‘gig economy’
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