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No fault dismissals

Recent news articles have built on the recommendations put together by Adrian Beecroft last year for the proposals of no fault dismissals. The recommendations, in a nut shell, mean that the “smallest organisations” can dismiss emp...


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Climate week

So this week is climate week. For people of an environmental persuasion it is an opportunity to use that persuasion to persuade those of a more uncertain persuasion.  Climate change affects our lives everywhere – in the workplace ...


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Changing attitudes: getting women on board

A year ago today, Lord Mervyn Davies published a report entitled ‘Women on boards’, after being commissioned by the Coalition Government to undertake a review of the UK’s corporate governance, and to make recommendations as to ho...


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Partnership approach to successful FM recruitment

According to a recent survey, recruiting new employees takes too long and is too costly. The research, which was carried out by Maximus UK and the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) in April, revealed that over 80% of the companies that responded ...


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Welcome to Workplace Law blogs

Last autumn I wrote a comment piece for the Workplace Law Handbooks looking forward to 2012 and the exciting changes that would be taking place at Workplace Law. Well, two months into the new year, we have already seen some major developments com...