AboutMyArea Employment Law - What's Around the Corner? AboutMyArea Employment law is constantly with this year being no exception; changes usually come into effect in the months of April and October. Albeit we have ...
Employment tribunal figures show 'disastrous effect' of tribunal fees Workplace Savings & Benefits The number of employment tribunal claims has plummeted for the third consecutive quarter, meaning it is “too expensive for individuals to pursue...
Boris Johnson has waged war on trade union leaders ahead of tube strikes that could bring London to a standstill. The mayor said it was "absolutely outrageous" that London was being "held to ransom" and mocked union baron Bob Crowe for being pictured over the weekend sunning himself in Brazil.
Take the politics out of the argument (London's Mayor Boris Johnson wants to close a number of ticket offices and redeploy London Underground staff elsewhere), and the reason the RMT union has called a strike today is because technology is changing how Londoners buy train tickets.
The latest industrial action on the London Underground is about much deeper issues than ticket office closures and Bob Crow London's latest Tube strike is, according to the city's well-known mayor, as simple to explain as it is pointless and...
Casual worker contracts: a suitable alternative to zero hours contracts? bdaily Those working under a Casual Workers Contract are not employees but are described as Workers within UK employment legislation.
What counts as an employment contract, different types of employment contract and ensuring you comply with the law (Under what circumstances might your employee successfully claim breach of contract or constructive dismissal?
Unions at a glance Harlow Star Employment law corner. 09:24 Friday 21 March 2014 Written by KAAJAL NATHWANI. Tweet ... RMT is most well known for its members who are employees of The London Underground (“TFL”).
Unions planning 48-hour strike from Tuesday will no longer take action after bosses come up with new proposals at Acas talks (RT @TheRightArticle: London tube strike called off after talks produce breakthrough http://t.co/EbGRG571M1)...
Blog: Why a JJB Sports' director lost his unfair dismissal claimHRZone.co.uk (blog)A Manchester employment tribunal's decision to reject a claim of unfair dismissal in a case involving a former company secretary at JJB Sports Plc has been upheld.
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