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Policies on the use of personal data – IRS-DLA summary

20 Mar 2001

To
provide an up-to-date snapshot of employers’ current policies and procedures on
the use of personal data in employer-employee relationships,...

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On appeal

20 Mar 2001

Continuing
a regular series spelling out the implications of important cases which have
been heard recently in the appeal courts....

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IT giants join forces to tackle skills shortages

20 Mar 2001

Twelve
of the biggest IT employers have united to fight the skills shortage that
threatens to create a human resources...

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Success story against the odds – the university of ES3

20 Mar 2001

Marva
Seon-Clarke manages an acute ward in one of London’s most deprived inner city
areas. ES3 at The Maudsley Hospital...

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Disinfectant trade cleaning up during foot and mouth

19 Mar 2001

Business is booming for disinfectant manufacturers as the
foot and mouth crisis continues to sweep the country.
Suppliers of cleaning...

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Fake sick days cost the UK millions a year

19 Mar 2001

Employees
are pulling an average of four "sickies" a year, costing UK employers
millions, according to a survey by The...

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Cadbury Schweppes’ board to get golden parachutes

19 Mar 2001

Cadbury Schweppes is introducing a golden parachute clause to
ensure that its top directors are compensated in the event of...

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450 jobs safeguarded at Vosper Thornycroft

19 Mar 2001

An estimated 450 jobs have been safeguarded after Vosper
Thornycroft won a contract to build three offshore patrol ships for...

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Cultural barriers to customer satisfaction

19 Mar 2001

Company culture is the biggest stumbling block to the
introduction of customer relationship management strategies, according to
research by BT....

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Shortcomings in IT strategies among public bodies

16 Mar 2001

The majority of public sector organisations have failed to
implement IT strategies across all departments according to a survey.
Research...

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Sacked choirmaster accepts £7,500 after ‘living in sin’ row

16 Mar 2001

A choirmaster who claimed he was sacked for "living in
sin" has received a £7,500 settlement days before the case...

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Corus blames operating loss on restructuring

16 Mar 2001

Steel group Corus, which is set to cut 6,000 jobs, has
reported an operating loss of £1.152bn, for the 15...

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Journalists face axe at Express Newspapers

16 Mar 2001

Nearly 150 library and editorial staff jobs are set to be
lost at Express Newspapers.
The newspaper group, which publishes...

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Tough stance on New Deal to deliver more staff

16 Mar 2001

The Government will withdraw the benefits for the long-term jobless
who refuse to sign up to the New Deal programme...

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Cheap-travel scheme planned to get underprivileged in work

15 Mar 2001

Proposals for cheaper travel
cards to encourage part-time workers to journey into London have received the
backing of the London...

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