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Caseroundup

9 May 2001

This week’s case roundup
Business transfers and constructive dismissal
Rossiter v Pendragon, IDS Brief 683, EAT
Rossiter’s employment transferred to...

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In on the act: The Human Rights Act 1998

9 May 2001

Our continuing series of quick guides to major employment legislation, puts key information at your fingertips and brings you up to date with the latest developments. This week Simon Loy, employment law partner at Eversheds examines what effect the European Convention on Human Rights has had on domestic law six months after it was incorporated into the UK's Human Rights Act 1998

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IR35 upheld but Revenue guidelines under attack

9 May 2001

When is a personal services company a contractor and when an employee? It
seems to depend on each project
IR35...

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Strategy Masterclass 2: The rise, fall and rise of strategy

9 May 2001

In the second in a series of three articles examining the strategic challenges facing HR in the future, Professor Amin Rajan and Gary Storer look at the way the strategic HR role has evolved and must devolve according to the lifestyle of an organisation

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General Election is on 7 June

8 May 2001

The Prime
Minister Tony Blair has called the General Election for 7 June.
Blair
made the announcement during a visit...

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Adoptive parents to get equal rights

8 May 2001

Parents of adopted children will get similar rights to other
working parents under a new deal announced today by the...

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Government announces measures to tackle gender pay gap

8 May 2001

Employment Minister
Tessa Jowell announced measures to simplify and speed up equal pay laws this
morning.
The Government’s
key aim...

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Clumsy question raises HR hackles

8 May 2001

Visitors
to the PersonnelToday.com website have taken exception to the wording of an
online poll.
The
online survey which ran...

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Employment agencies threatened by recession

8 May 2001

A fifth of all employment agencies are at serious risk of
failure even if the anticipated recession is only short...

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Commuters blame journey for stress at work

8 May 2001

Two
thirds of London commuters blame the transport system for high stress levels on
arrival at work.
Eighty-three
per cent...

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Mixed messages from latest pay deals

8 May 2001

Pay deals declined
last month, according to new research.
Income
Data Services reports that average pay deals have been around...

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City workers reject unethical employers

4 May 2001

Nearly
a quarter of city workers have refused to apply for a job on ethical grounds, a
survey has revealed....

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TUC downplays impact of foot and mouth

4 May 2001

A
new TUC report claims that  the economic impact of the foot and mouth
crisis is likely to be small and temporary.
However...

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Ethnic drive for Cabinet Office

4 May 2001

The Cabinet Office has launched a
recruitment drive in a bid to attract ethnic minority undergraduates into the civil
service’s...

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Camelot learns to love risk

4 May 2001

National Lottery organiser Camelot
is embracing a new work culture in a drive to become more innovative.
Chief executive Dianne...

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