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In a widely reported case a bus driver has been sacked for "eating a grape” whilst sat in ths cab of his stationary bus. The matter si still making its way through the internal appeals procedure of the bus company, and the facts may have been distorted in the media reporting - but it...

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The use of social media seems ever expanding as does people's wish to relay their thoughts however, outrageous or unpleasant they may seem to others. People seem uninhibited when using social media, expressing views I suspect they would not be willing to air in a public place. So what does...

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28 October 2011
By Admin
28
OCT

In the fuss that followed from a venture capitalist's proposal to destroy Unfair Dismissal -  a proposal which was instantly dismissed by a government spokesman who said "it is unlikely we would go further on unfair dismissal” (reports the BBC) - a more sensible proposal was drowned...

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09
AUG

As the economy continues to bump along with little real growth employers are still looking for ways to shed costs while maintaining the core of staff they need to operate. This recession has been notable for the flexible solutions which employers and employees have brokered to prevent...

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"New employment law” is hardly a clarion call to employers who are weary not only of the burdens imposed upon them but also of the seemingly continuous change to which they must react and adapt. The latest changes are the introduction of extended paternity leave, an extension to flexible...

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