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Best of the best

15 Mar 2005

WL Gore has been named the overall winner of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in the UK, the industry 'Oscars' run by the Sunday Times

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High-profile ageism rulings due in 2005

14 Dec 2004

Age discrimination will be in the spotlight again early next year, when two high-profile tribunal cases are expected to be...

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Corporate killing law: how far will the Government go?

7 Dec 2004

The Queen's speech two weeks ago reignited the corporate killing debate after the Government committed itself to legislation, but not to individual liability. DeeDee Doke reports.

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Irish experience of age sounds warning for UK

9 Nov 2004

Ireland’s experience with age discrimination claims is a likely indicator of what will happen in the UK once anti-ageist legislation...

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Irish experience on age sounds warning for UK

9 Nov 2004

Ireland’s experience with age discrimination claims is a likely indicator of what will happen in the UK once anti-ageist legislation...

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World view

26 Oct 2004

DeeDee Doke examines what other countries are doing to manage demographic change in the workplace

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Healthy approach to absenteeism

28 Sep 2004

Sweden is not in as good shape as its clean and shiny image might suggest. DeeDee Doke finds out what employers and the government are doing to cut the high cost of staff on sick leave

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Infection control

14 Sep 2004

It could happen to any UK company. After working away from her company's main office for several weeks on a big project, a lawyer promptly plugged her laptop into the main computer system to download information she'd gathered...

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Protect your data

22 Jun 2004

It pays to know the difference between data protection and the protection of data.

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Sniffing out the evidence

11 May 2004

Sherlock
Holmes and a whole pack of sniffer dogs would be little use in the fight
against ‘cyber-crime’. But fortunately,...

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The world in their hands

4 May 2004

What challenges do global HR professionalsface in theirday-to-day roles? Meet two women and two men who head up their organisations’...

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Forward thinking

1 Mar 2004

In 2003, British trade unions made their voices heard on a number of different issues. Trades Union Congress general secretary Brendan Barber outlines the 2004 agenda

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