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All in a day’s work? [Audio]

The Right to Request flexible working has enabled a greater number of employees to change their working patterns to help them fit their work schedule around personal commitments. Whilst some employers have not welcomed the changes to the law, citi...


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Facebook and the workplace [audio]

David Woollcott from Workplace Law spoke to BBC Radio Cambridgeshire today (22 August) to give an employers’ perspective on the use of social network site, Facebook, in the workplace. He talks about the legalities involved, includin...


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Fire safety and disability guidance launched

Workplace Law’s Fire and Disability 2008: Special Report was launched today. The report, which is available as a PDF download, aims to provide responsible persons with all the information they need to reconcile fire safety and disability. ...


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Guidance published on Corporate Manslaughter Bill

Workplace Law has today published the Guide to the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007, a downloadable publication written by Danny McShee, at Kennedys, explaining the new legislation and what it means to employers. Ten year...


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BPF launches fully updated consultancy agreement

The BPF Consultancy Agreement, fully updated to include changes to reflect the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007, is available to buy from Workplace Law today. Developed by clients in consultation with the industry, the BPF Con...


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WEEE survey: results in

Despite the fact that the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2006 are now fully in force, it would appear that a large proportion of employers are still unclear about how the legislation affects their business. Workpl...