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19 Oct 2020
Tesco, Arla Foods and Tata Steel are among employers backing a campaign to persuade the government to rethink plans to scrap the Union Learning Fund.
14 Oct 2020
University staff and unions are considering next steps after it was revealed yesterday that Sage (the Scientific Advisory Group for...
6 Oct 2020
Just because a high proportion of employees are away from the office does not mean conflict has disappeared.
2 Oct 2020
As the number of coronavirus (Covid-19) cases rose in the last month, employers have been asking questions about testing for...
1 Oct 2020
One in three firms are likely to make redundancies over the next three months, but many admit they are unaware...
29 Sep 2020
Unite has described a tribunal case launched today as “a wake-up call” for employers that have fraudulently claimed funds from...
25 Sep 2020
The leader of a union representing senior civil servants has branded the government’s attempts at bringing staff back to Whitehall...
24 Sep 2020
Employers must “exhaust all possible alternatives” before making redundancies, a joint statement from Acas, the Confederation of British Industry and...
17 Sep 2020
The government is relaxing the rules around employment tribunals to allow more hearings to be held online in an effort...
17 Sep 2020
The chief executive of British Airways has told MPs that it sees no need to ‘fire and rehire’ cabin crew...
16 Sep 2020
The Unite union has added to calls for the government to extend the furlough scheme beyond the end of October...
15 Sep 2020
With job losses never far from the headlines and the end of the furlough scheme looming, businesses are evaluating the...
11 Sep 2020
As R rate rises Civil Service union raises doubts over 80% return to office bid.
10 Sep 2020
A woman with Covid-19 was initially dismissed from her job for failing to follow absence procedures.