Aslef general secretary Mick Whelan said: ‘We are in this for the long haul. Our members who have not had a pay rise for nearly five years now are determined that the train companies … do the right thing.’
In Haycocks v ADP RPO, the EAT heard that redundancy consultation took place too late and so ruled the original tribunal erred, making the dismissal unfair.
MPs vote through a new bill that allows for national insurance changes in January 2024.
A 'heat of the moment' resignation became the subject of an unfair dismissal claim, which will now be reheard.
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Two international business organisations have sounded warnings over emerging trends concerning hybrid work and AI among leaders as 2024 nears.
The high numbers were partly accounted for by the fact just over half (15,067) of these new joiners were educated in the UK.
Virgin Media O2 scooped the overall winner award at this year’s Personnel Today Awards for its wide-ranging early careers programmes.
All employment tribunal cases are serious matters. The vast majority involve redundancy, disability and discrimination on the grounds of race...
EAT rules that the employment tribunal had not erred in finding that calling someone bald amounts to sex-related harassment.
Matt Hancock: ‘Having higher sick pay… would encourage employers to do more to look after the health of their employees.’
Politicians from all sides are proposing changes to the immigration system to make migrant worker numbers more sustainable.
The High Court has refused Warrington Boroough Council's application for an injunction to prevent a bin strike by members of Unite.